A Russian princess. An extraordinary sacrifice. A captivating secret...
From the #1 bestselling author of The Secret Wife, The Lost Daughter is a sweeping, moving story of the tenacity of love and the power of forgiveness. Spectacular, enthralling and romantic, Gill Paul's latest novel will stay with you for ever.
With the country they once ruled turned against them, the future of the Romanov family hangs in the balance. When middle daughter Maria captures the attention of two of the guards, it will lead to the ultimate choice between right and wrong . . .
Fifty-five years later...
'I didn't want to kill her'. With these cryptic words Val's father dies, leaving her to unravel a mystery which unites two families who have faced unspeakable tragedy, and perhaps, to finally offer an explanation which has been long overdue.
Readers adore the novels of Gill Paul:
'One of my favourite books of this year. Fascinating, glamorous and utterly compelling... historical fiction at its best' Tracy Rees, author of The Hourglass
'A marvellous, perfect read' The Sun
'Cleverly crafted and enthralling. A triumph' Dinah Jeffries
'A wonderful book. Loved the seamless blend of fact and fiction' Kathryn Hughes
'Compelling and full of surprises ****' The Lady
'This engrossing, heart-wrenching novel moves between the decades, combining history with fiction to portray the tragic events of the Russian Revolution' Sunday Express
'Riveting! I thoroughly enjoyed this intriguing tale of friendship and betrayal' Rosanna Ley
'With superb story-telling and a lush backdrop of period detail...a novel that is impossible to put down, about two women who are impossible to forget. I loved it!' Hazel Gaynor
'I devoured Another Woman's Husband in a few days. This has bestseller written all over it' Louise Beech
'With seamless ease Gill evokes the events and characters of two eras...with great verve and a smattering of delicious fictional licence. Delightful' Liz Trenow
'Gill Paul has taken two of the twentieth century's most enigmatic women, one revered, the other reviled, and woven them into a deft story of friendship and betrayal' Kate Riordan
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