Prisoners in the palace [electronic resource] : how Victoria became queen with the help of her maid, a reporter, and a scoundrel : a novel of intrigue and romance / by Michaela MacColl.
|Authors:||MacColl, Michaela, author.|
|Publication:||San Francisco : Chronicle Books
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|Title:||Prisoners in the palace [electronic resource] : how Victoria became queen with the help of her maid, a reporter, and a scoundrel : a novel of intrigue and romance / by Michaela MacColl.|
|Physical description:||1 online resource|
|Notes:||"A Junior Library Guild selection"--Jkt. flap.
Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] Chronicle Books LLC 2011 Available via World Wide Web.
|Summary note:||Recently orphaned and destitute, seventeen-year-old Liza Hastings earns a position as a lady's maid to sixteen-year-old Princess Victoria at Kensington Palace in 1836, the year before Victoria becomes Queen of England.|
|Added author:||OverDrive, Inc., distributor.|
|ISBN:||9781452111278 (electronic bk.)|
|Url for this record:||http://sherloc.indypl.org/?itemid=|library/marc/dynix|1443767|