Lady Jane Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano

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Lady Jane Disappears is Joanna Davidson Politano’s first novel and what a great story it is. I believe we are seeing just the beginning of what the author is yet to bring us. This story has such a well written plot that it takes you away to England in 1861.

Aurelie Harcourt was raised in debtor’s prison by her father who was a popular writter and went by the name Nathaniel Droll. When he dies he leaves Aurelie an unfinished story to write.

Aurelie is taken away to live with her father’s family at their estate, the estate that her father has make famous though his writings. As Aurelie finishes her fathers story, she tries to dig deeper in to her mother, Lady Jane, disappearance.

This is such a great story. It is written so well you can feel the tension building as the family reads about themselves in the story. This is a good clean story with so much mystery and suspense it kept me reading. This story has just enough romance to please those who enjoy romance novels but not enough to turn off those who don’t. This story will be well liked by those who enjoy historical Christian stories, Aurelie’s strength and faith are very evident through out the whole story.

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing. This is my honest review.

Pages 388

ISBN: 9780800728755

Publisher: Revell

To learn more about the author go to: www.jdpstories.com

Some places to buy this book are:

https://www.amazon.com/Jayne-Disappears-Joanna-Davidson-Politano/dp/0800728750

http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/books/lady-jayne-disappears/385831

https://www.christianbook.com/lady-jayne-disappears-joanna-politano/9780800728755/pd/728753

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/lady-jayne-disappears-joanna-davidson-politano/1125516124?ean=9780800728755

http://www.deepershopping.com/item/davidson-politano/lady-jayne-disappears/7043018.html

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