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The Gilded Cage

(Theatre #1)

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Post-Civil War New York was a golden city where wealth waited for the bold and everything had its price. It was here that well-born but impoverished Lucy Markham sought fame and fortune on the stage under a false name -- and became the toast of the town and the target of every man-about-town. It was here that handsome, iron-willed millionaire Josh Dylan came to put the sea ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 1st 1991 by Onyx
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Encore! Encore! Although you'll have to wait until the very end to see what that means (it was kind of cute). Joshua Clayton's father forever chased his dreams of wealth in the West, but it was Josh who was able to build a financial empire after his parent's death. Leaving the family home in Wyoming Territory, Josh heads to New York to seek even greater wealth and power but he soon finds that's easier said than done without the right connections. On a trip to the see the HMS Pinafore Josh is ins ...more
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Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. She bought a marbleized notebook and set out to write a story that would fit between its covers. Now, an award-winning author with more than thirty novels and numerous novellas to her credit, her criteria have changed. The story has to fit the reader as well as between the covers.

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