Devil's Daughter by Catherine CoulterDevil's Daughter by Catherine Coulter

Devil's Daughter

byCatherine Coulter

Mass Market Paperback | December 3, 1985

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Devilish romance from the #1 New York Times bestselling author.

Golden-haired hellion Arabella goes to Naples, Italy, to solve the mystery of her father's missing ships and cargo. But soon she discovers that the man behind the thievery is a man she can't resist.
Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She is also the author—with J. T. Ellison—of the Brit in the FBI series. She lives in Sausalito, California.
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Title:Devil's DaughterFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:416 pages, 6.75 × 4.2 × 1.13 inShipping dimensions:6.75 × 4.2 × 1.13 inPublished:December 3, 1985Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0451158636

ISBN - 13:9780451158635

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A classic romance Delightful and intriguing.
Date published: 2014-10-12

Editorial Reviews

“A good storyteller…Coulter always keeps the pace brisk.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram“Ms. Coulter is a one-of-a-kind author who knows how to hook her readers and keep them coming back for more.”—The Best Reviews“Coulter is excellent at portraying the romantic tension between her heroes and heroines, and she manages to write explicitly but beautifully about sex as well as love.”—Milwaukee Journal“Coulter instinctively feeds our desire to believe in knights in shining armor and everlasting love—historical romance at its finest.”—BookReporter.com“One of the genre’s great storytellers.”—Kansas City Star“One of the masters of the genre.”—The Newark Star-Ledger“Catherine Coulter is one of the best authors of exciting thrillers writing today.”—Midwest Book Review