"A wonderful book of intrigue and romance," raves Lambda Literary Review's Rita Salner after reading Heather Rose Jones's Daughter of Mystery. "Arguments over succession to the throne, clearing Margerit’s name, and finding the plotters behind the charges complete this well written first novel. Jones has done a wonderful job in creating the world of Alpennia."
Lepus Domesticus, the home of writer Susie Haberfield, compares Daughter of Mystery to Katherine Addison's The Goblin Emperor and writes "...If these are themes you like—court intrigue, questions of succession, genuinely nice and well-meaning heroes, and just a little bit of magic—then Daughter of Mystery achieves them all way better and much more satisfactorily."
Check out the free sample from Daughter of Mystery and find out why this sweeping story of an heiress, a duelist and a country in turmoil is turning up on so many "must read" lists!