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Golden Girl

by Caroline Gray

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1943. Alison Bennett was just 16 when she met the rough and ready prospector from Brazil. He boasted of how he had discovered the legendary El Dorado, a source of enough gold to make him the wealthiest man in the world. Three years later Pat Grange had achieved his aim, was the richest man in the world - and claimed the girl who'd won his heart. But Alison's innocent loving turns to loathing as she begins to unearth the dreadful secrets of Pat's past. She longs to escape her gilded cage, but escape is impossible - until her husband is mysteriously murdered in their impregnable fortress in the middle of the Mexican desert. From naive girl to boss woman, Alison has to conquer her new world, coming face to face with her enemies and her own desires, for not all the gold in the world can buy her true love - or her life.
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