THE QUEEN'S WIGS by Naomi Royde-Smith

THE QUEEN'S WIGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A far cry from the type of work Naomi Royde-Smith has given her public up to now. This is a modernized Graustarkian tale, a good yarn, good romance, just this side of the fantastic, but so well done that it is credible....A young mistress in a staid English girl's school is summoned to a distant kingdom to serve as secretary to her godmother. There she tumbles into a nest of intrigue, and the story of her unraveling the twisted plot is sheer romance against a glamorous setting.

Pub Date: Aug. 14th, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan