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Author: Georgette Heyer
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : HQN, 2003, ©1926.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Historical fiction
Love stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georgette Heyer
ISBN: 9780373773404 0373773404
OCLC Number: 234179635
Description: iv, 334 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Foreword / Stephanie Laurens --
His Grace of Avon buys a soul --
Introducing the Comte de Saint-Vire --
Which tells of a debt unpaid --
His Grace of Avon becomes further acquainted with his page --
His Grace of Avon visits Versailles --
His Grace of Avon refuses to sell his page --
Satan and priest at one --
Hugh Davenant is amazed --
Leon and Leonie --
Lady Fanny's virtue is outraged --
Mr. Marling's heart is won --
His Grace of Avon's ward --
The education of Leonie --
The appearance of the scene of Lord Rupert Alastair --
Lord Rupert makes the acquaintance of Leonie --
The coming of the Comte de Saint-Vire --
Of a capture, a chase, and confusion --
The indignation of Mr. Manvers --
Lord Rupert wins the second trick --
His Grace of Avon takes command of the game --
The discomfiture of the Comte de Saint-Vire --
The arrival of another player in the game --
The arrival of another player in the game --
Mr. Marling allows himself to be persuaded --
Hugh Davenant is agreeably surprised --
Leonie curtsies to the polite world --
The presentation of Leonie --
The hand of Madame de Verchoureux --
The Comte de Saint-Vire discovers an ace in his hand --
The disappearance of Leonie --
His Grace of Avon trumps the Comte's ace --
His Grace of Avon wins all --
His Grace of Avon astonishes everyone for the last time.
Responsibility: Georgette Heyer ; with a foreword by Stephanie Laurens.
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