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Ratings and Book Reviews (5 36 star ratings
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    Captivating!

    This book was a most interesting and fascinating read. I couldn't put it down and will really miss the characters.
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    The Captain's Daughter

    I loved this book and was sad to finish it. Well written, with good characters. Will definitely be giving this book a second read.
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    The Captain's Daughter

    Brilliant, what a cleverly written book. An amazing read as always, well researched, a very difficult to put down book. I would recommend this to anyone.
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    Very good

    I throughly enjoyed this book knowing Litchfield very well ,my imagination when wild.What I enjoy about Leah is she gets into the story straight away ,and continues like it all the way through.
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    The Captain’s Daughter review

    Another excellent book from Leah Fleming travelling from 1912 to the 60s with many memorable characters.
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