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STOLEN is the story of a young woman who comes back to her village to find everyone - with the exception of Elinor from the Workhouse for Abandoned and Unwanted Children - killed or carried off by Barbary corsairs to the slave markets in Morocco.
The 17th century was a cruel age, and it takes incredilble courage and strong determination for Lizbet not only to survive, but to set about finding her parents.
"This is a fast-paced tale that rather put me in mind of Daphne du Maurier in terms of the storytelling and characterisation. There is plenty of action in this novel, but – like du Maurier at her best – Dalton offers something more substantial than mere bodice-ripping yarn"
Shortlisted for the CRIME WRITERS OF CANADA ARTHUR ELLIS AWARD, Youth category.
"An action packed book with great character development."
Amy Mathers, Amy's Marathon of Books