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Mark of the Leopard Paperback – November 24, 2015
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Lucien Castle is shocked when he sees a person he believes to be his sister's child as he believed him to be dead with the whole family. Now he is racing against time to bring the boy and proof who he is before he turns twenty five. As he is the heir apparent now.
Mark of the Leopard has fantastic setting which will catch readers interest and there is danger, mystery and romance. A good story which readers would enjoy.
This is the 2nd book in the series of African history but the 1rst book by Kathy Stewart that I have read. It takes us back to an era that we are not to use to reading about and how different life was back in 1703.
Sabrina Barrington and her children were part of the journey on the ship that day when it was shipwrecked. Everyone thought with most certainty that she along with her children were drowned off of Cape of Good Hope.
Tom was one of her sons and had fallen sick during the trip. He could not continue on with the rest of the family and his mother had him marked with the image that was on her pendant.
Some years later the children’s uncle, Lucien Castle encountered some information that led him to believe that at least one of his nephew’s, Tom had been seen on the Island of Madagascar. Tom had to return to England before his 25th birthday in order to get his inheritance. Castle was sure he did not want the children’s grandfather, Robert Barrington to get it.
The story leads to some deaths, a leopard, the search and the outcome. Tom has a way with the leopard and you almost believe the leopard thinks of Tom as family. He has created a close bond with the leopard, who even allows Tom to take him for walks.
The story will keep you on the edge of your seat and you will want to keep reading to find out if all ends well. Enjoy the story line as I did.
This is a story that is steeped in mystery and murder and is filled with hope and then happiness as the journey is long and hard and there are many incidents along the way so sit back and enjoy the journey that will keep you turning the pages until they have their HEA and return all together to The Cape.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It is unique, suspenseful and well-written. Ms. Stewart may be a new-to-me author but she captured my attention from beginning to end.