Troubador The Politician's Daughter

Released: 01/06/2011

ISBN: 9780956276032

Format: Paperback

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The Politician's Daughter

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When Emily Mortlake, daughter of a high-flying Toronto politician, goes missing after taking a summer job aboard megayacht Titania, RCMP Marine Unit Sergeant Petra Minx is recalled from vacation to investigate.

Despite the misgivings of her mentor Tom Gilmore, Petra poses as a student and joins the crew of the same yacht. Surprisingly, no one denies Emily was aboard, but the stories surrounding the reasons for her departure are various.

As Petra follows Emily’s trail from Monte Carlo to Spain and then Morocco, she is drawn into the glamorous world of Titania’s owner, the ruthless and charismatic Don León. With conflicting emotions, she continues her relentless quest to uncover the truth before it is too late…

Dead Man's Legacy, the second book in the Petra Minx series of adventure thrillers, was launched yesterday at Buy-The-Book, in Nassau, Bahamas, which is where the story begins and ends. Bahamians are avid readers and supporters of new authors.

The first book in the series, The Politician's Daughter, takes Petra undercover to the Mediterranean on the trail of a missing girl. It was published in 2011 by Rudling House.

Other books by Marion include:
Rosie Aims High, A Rosie Raccoon story for children, based on an event that occurred in Toronto, Canada, in May 1983 (Kindle e-book) and
An adult poetry collection entitled To Love Sex and Cunning Linguistics (Kindle e-book)

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Petra Minx is a wonderful heroine; fiesty, intelligent and strong. The plot is compelling and littered with luxurious boats, fast cars and faster characters! A real page turner!

by David


Marion Leigh

Marion Leigh grew up in Birmingham, England, a distinction she is delighted to share with authors Lee Child, Jonathan Coe and the great J.R.R. Tolkien. After graduating in Modern Languages from the University of Oxford, she spent a year doing volunteer work in Indonesia then worked as a teacher in London. Later, she moved to Canada where she established and ran a successful financial and legal translation company. Never a good skier, she now likes to spend the winter in warmer climes, including Spain and the Bahamas.

Marion draws on her travel experiences on five continents to add authenticity and local colour to her writing. Boating is also a recurrent theme, reflecting her passion for the water.

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