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1745: Robin and Prudence Merriot have been adventurers and dissemblers since they were children.
And as escaped Jacobites, they need to be.
Forced to go on the run, they disguise themselves and make their way to London where they witness the abduction of a beautiful heiress.
They rescue her, but in so doing Robin's real identity is revealed, and both he and Prudence find themselves in terrible danger ...
Readers love Masqueraders . . .
***** 'One of the best books ever. Recommended, over and over again!'
***** 'I am in ecstasy over this book'
***** 'The dialogue in this book absolutely rocks.'
***** 'It's very good fun, and it may be one of my favourite Heyer books so far.'
***** 'One of Heyer's more fantastical stories'