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Natasha's dream / Mary Jane Staples.

By: Staples, Mary JaneContributor(s): Stevens, Robert Tyler, 1911-2005. Woman in Berlin | Stevens, Robert Tyler, 1911-2005Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : Bantam, 2010Description: 366 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780593064528 (hbk.); 0593064526 (hbk.)Subject(s): Anastasii͡a Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess, daughter of Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918 -- Fiction | English -- Germany -- Berlin -- Fiction | Family sagas | Berlin (Germany) History 1918-1945 Fiction | Berlin (Germany) -- History -- 1918-1945 -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction) | Romance -- Fiction. | Historical fiction. | Romance fiction. DDC classification: Rental Fiction Subject: "It was 1925, a damp wintry night in Berlin. Englishman Philip Gibson, in Germany to seek the answers to a tantalizing mystery surrounding the Grand Duchess Anastasia, witnesses an attack on Natasha, a young woman who has fled from Russia. When Philip takes the fragile, lonely Natasha in to help her recuperate, she quickly falls for his kind and caring nature. But when further threats are made on her life, Philip finds himself at the heart of another mystery. What is it that links Natasha to this mysterious, damaged woman? And will her love for Philip survive the secrets that will be unearthed?"-- Publisher description.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

1925, a damp wintry night in Berlin. Englishman Philip Gibson, in Germany to seek the answers to a tantalising mystery surrounding the Grand Duchess Anastasia, witnesses an attack on Natasha, a young woman who has fled from Russia. When Philip takes the fragile, lonely Natasha in to help her recuperate, she falls for his caring nature.

"Can the secrets of the past be forgotten?"--Cover.

"First published in Great Britain in 1986 by Severn House Publishers Ltd as: The woman in Berlin under the name Robert Tyler Stevens"--T.p. verso.

"It was 1925, a damp wintry night in Berlin. Englishman Philip Gibson, in Germany to seek the answers to a tantalizing mystery surrounding the Grand Duchess Anastasia, witnesses an attack on Natasha, a young woman who has fled from Russia. When Philip takes the fragile, lonely Natasha in to help her recuperate, she quickly falls for his kind and caring nature. But when further threats are made on her life, Philip finds himself at the heart of another mystery. What is it that links Natasha to this mysterious, damaged woman? And will her love for Philip survive the secrets that will be unearthed?"-- Publisher description.

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