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The Eyes of Innocence

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An exciting period suspense novel, in which a beautiful and mysterious woman, posing as a widow for the sake of "propriety," apparently quite ignorant of the ways of the world, must confront and overcome the powerful and the criminally-minded by the strength of her own virtue. When originally published, the theme of this book was described as "Stupendous and absorbing -- t ...more
Hardcover, 188 pages
Published September 14th 2003 by Wildside Press
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Sep 30, 2017 rated it it was ok
I was promised a gothic thriller about a woman who wasn't what she seemed. What I got was a pride and prejudice knock-off with a cop out ending.
Mar 16, 2011 rated it liked it
After Gilberte's mother dies, she realises she does not actually know who she is or where she came from. This complicates her life and her romance.
Mar 20, 2013 rated it it was ok
The book begins with the the protagonist unaware of her real name. The book ends with the protagonist still unaware of her real name. An insipid romance forms the story. Yawn.
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Maurice Leblanc (1864 - 1941) was a French novelist, best known as the creator of gentleman thief (later detective) Arsène Lupin.

Leblanc began as a journalist, until he was asked to write a short story filler, and created, more gallant and dashing than English counterpart Sherlock Holmes.
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