The Witch's Daughter

Description

An epic story of love, tragedy and the loss of innocence, set against the background of the Russian Revolution after the murder of Rasputin.

It is 1916 and Rasputin has finally been killed by those who have long feared his influence over Tsar Nicholas and Tsarina Alexandra. But for Princess Militza, famed as one of the 'Witches of St Petersburg', and her daughter Nadezhda, life is about to become extremely dangerous. Revolution is bubbling and with it will come the murder of the Romanov imperial family. Now the rest of the court is also on the run, fleeing from the mob.

Against this violent and turbulent backdrop, Nadezhda, the witch's daughter, finds in exile and captivity, an extraordinary and unlikely love. They say nothing heals like the heart, but as the Red Army marches south and the remnants of the Russian court finds itself trapped in the Crimea, with their backs to the sea, Nadezhda and her beloved Prince Orlov must take the gamble of their lives.

Praise for Imogen Edwards-Jones:
'Sumptuous, sexy and haunting. I adored this novel' Santa Montefiore
'With precision and razor-sharp accuracy... A brilliant take on the historical novel' Candace Bushnell
'I couldn't put it down' Claudia Winkleman

Product Details

Price
£14.99  £13.94
Publisher
Head of Zeus
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781838933296
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