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The Princess Dehra by John Reed Scott

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The Princess Dehra
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Publisher: Lippincott
ISBN/ASIN: B006DEQ1NM
Number of pages: 361

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For the first time in a generation the Castle of Lotzen was entertaining its lord. He had come suddenly, a month before, and presently there had followed rumors of strange happenings in Dornlitz, in which the Duke had been too intimately concerned to please the King, and as punishment had been banished to his mountain estates. But Lotzenia was far from the Capital and isolated, and the people cared more for their crops and the amount of the tax levy than for the doings of the Court...

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