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A Fugitive Green

Written by: Diana Gabaldon
Narrated by: Jeff Woodman
Length: 5 hrs and 48 mins
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In which, a 17-year-old apprentice dealer in rare books is sent from Paris to England by her father, to obtain incunabula and medieval books of devotion - and whatever secrets of political intrigue or finance may come to hand in the process. In the course of her business, though, Minnie meets Harold Grey (Lord John’s elder brother), the newly-widowed (and alarmingly deranged) Duke of Pardloe, and things fall out.

One of the two final novellas of Seven Stones to Stand or Fall.

©2017 Diana Gabaldon (P)2017 Recorded Books

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  • big shopper
  • 2019-04-16

Great writer

I enjoy Diana Gabaldon’s writing and look forward to the next book in her series.

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  • Ana C T C Souza
  • 2019-03-25

Minnie

Loved her, as much as Claire Beauchamp.: Two remarkable and intelligent female character, with minds ahead of their time.

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  • J. Myrup
  • 2019-07-14

Another winner

Love this backstory of Mini and Hal,
and how Gabaldon writes another glorious and strong (who else could possibly deal Hal, after all?!), intelligent, interesting female character, with even some vulnerability thrown in. Wonderful and entertaining. The only wee quibble is the man reading the book (name?), although he is wonderful with the English aristocrat, the other accents tend to be relatively uninspired— but, like I said, it’s a wee complaint.

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  • Tekla S.
  • Central Idaho
  • 2019-06-23

Charming

Fascinating start to Hal and Minnie's relationship. Very colorful lives they have. Loved the story.

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