Mary Nichols The Kirilov Star

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The Kirilov Star

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November 1920. Russia may have survived the Revolution, but a brutal civil war still rages. Families flee as the threat draws ever closer. However, as distant relatives of the Romanovs, the Kirilovs’ heritage means they are never far from danger. When tragedy strikes, four-year-old Lydia Kirilova is separated from her family; the only key to her identity is the opulent jewel concealed in her petticoat. Struck by Lydia’s plight, a benevolent diplomat brings her to England. Surrounded by luxury and endless opportunities, Lydia enjoys a life many would wish for. Yet, as uncertainty shrouds even her birth date, she accepts an invitation to visit Russia with a charming, but mysterious man. It is the perfect chance to discover the past she hardly remembers, but will Lydia truly find a home?

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Born in Singapore, MARY NICHOLS has spent most of her life in East Anglia. She has written short stories and articles for a variety of newspapers and magazines, she turned to writing novels. Mary lives in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

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'Delightful ... an enchanting story' --Judith Lennox

'Delightful ... an enchanting story' --Judith Lennox

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