Maggi Andersen
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Arabella by Georgette Heyer
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I live in a leafy English-style village outside Sydney, where traffic stops to allow the wild ducks and their babies to cross the road. We play cricket on the green and it snows, briefly and rarely - it is Australia! I write historical and contemporary romance and young adult novels.
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I'm blogging about spies and spymasters during the Napoleonic wars

SPIES AND SPYMASTERS

During the French Revolution and the Napoleonic wars which followed, England had some spymasters cloaked in mystery, and brave spies who gained little reward. Check it out at my blog:http://www.maggiandersen.blogspot.com…

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Posted on July 6, 2010 at 8:30pm

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At 9:11pm on July 25, 2009, KylieDoak said…
Hi Maggi - fellow Aussie!

There aren't many Australians here on Book Blogs, aren't there?

Thanks for accepting the friend invitation :)


~ Kylie ~
 
 
 

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