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The Ghost and Lady Alice

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    Marion Chesney(Author)

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Alice and the long-deceased Eighth Duke of Haversham met quite accidentally one night as she gazed at his portrait and called upon someone to save her from her miserable life as a servant in the home of the cruel Tenth Duke. While trying to find a rich husband for her, they fall in love.

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  • PDF | 224 pages
  • Marion Chesney(Author)
  • Severn House Publishers Ltd (1 Oct. 1994)
  • English
  • 4
  • Romance

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  • By jasmin d'été on 18 March 2017

    It is amazing! Such an original story! Although we know it is an impossible plot , the book is very pleasant. This ghost is a Duke and a very much stunning one! He cares and protects the litlle Alice from bad guys...

  • By Elizabeth B on 28 August 2014

    An unusual and different story, although anyone familiar with the film The Ghost and Mrs Muir will find it a bit familiar. Delightful Duke and interesting other characters, although some rayhe

  • By mercyferry on 7 August 2013

    I find M C Beaton's books quite infuriating, her plots can range from excellent to too obviously derivative but when she gets plot and characters right there are few who can match her in this genre. Although I first read her books in the 1980s, I must have missed this one (a lot are re-releases) and I really enjoyed it, especially as a lot of my guesses about the ending were wrong. I heartily recommend this one, the heroine is lovely and the hero does come alive (in more ways than the obvious) lovely lovely book.

  • By J. Mason on 17 January 2009

    I read this book in a day I found it so engrossing. Considering it is about the romance between a scullery maid and a ghost it's not going to be to everyone's taste and it is silly in parts, though that is not a criticism because it also made it funny. For anyone acquainted with Marion Chesney/MC Beaton's writing you will know how tongue in cheek her style is and you may enjoy this, but if you're looking for a traditional Regency romance you may be disappointed.

  • By Patch on 16 July 2014

    Took me a while to get into it as it did seem a bit too far fetched but within a couple of chapters I was enjoying the story. A bit different to the usual regency romances and definitely interesting. Don't know if I would have sent the characters to that destination at the end though - somewhere with fewer hours of sunlight might be better!

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