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The Lost Daughter of Venice

The Lost Daughter of Venice

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1919: A woman returns to Venice having inherited a grand house, only to discover a shocking secret

  • ISBN: B0BCJ989BL
  • Genre: Historical, Mystery

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Seventeen years ago, the grand Venetian Palazzo degli Angeli was Phoebe Wyndham’s home; now, the neglected walls of the palazzo are just a haunting reminder of all she has lost.

Arriving back in Italy after a plea from her estranged relative, the Contessa di Sebastiano, the recently widowed Phoebe is shocked to discover her aunt is dead and the palazzo now belongs to her.

All she wants to do is sell the property and return home. However, when a dark family secret is exposed, the shocking deception rocks Phoebe to her very core, and she vows not to leave the City of Water without first unravelling the truth from the lies.

As Phoebe searches for answers, she finds herself growing closer to two very different men. But, when her camera catches something more sinister than the faded grandeur of Venice, Phoebe begins to question who she can really trust and whether her aunt’s death was truly an accident after all . . .

Travel Guide

Venice

The author says:

“I located the story in Venice because the faded grandeur of the architecture and the sense of decay reflects my heroine’s mood and because a widow deserves a fresh start in one of the most romantic cities in the world.”

Come to Venice. Please, Phoebe, do not fail me!

BookTrail Boarding Pass: The Lost Daughter of Venice

Destination: Venice   Author/guide: Charlotte Betts  Departure Time: 1919

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