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The Queen's Daughter

Alison Brownstone, Book 7
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Series: Alison Brownstone, Book 7
Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins
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Alison Brownstone has the leader’s name and is ready to kick ass. Time to take the fight to the Seventh Order dark wizards.

Tracking dark wizards is hard, but no one is good enough to evade the bounty hunter for long. Unless a friend goes missing first. Shay asks Brownstone Security for help finding Lily, and Alison can’t refuse. The dark wizards can wait. The team is off to Japan in search of the magical being she thinks of as a sister.

What should have been a simple search and rescue mission is anything but simple.

Drawn into a power play over an ancient Japanese artifact, Alison and her team must find a resolution and Lily at the same time. Problem is, the Japanese don’t want any outsiders involved. It doesn’t help that Hollingsworth retrieval specialists are complicating matters. They want a crack at the artifact, too.

Time to kick ass and chew gum. Too bad Alison is all out of gum.

Follow Alison and Brownstone Security’s adventures in Japan in The Queen’s Daughter

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©2019 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle (P)2019 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle

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Can't get enough

As always, the story was unique and riveting. Not an actual complaint. But it always seems to Japan, Mesoamerica or The U.S. How about Egypt, The Congo or Medieval Europe for once.
Keep up the great work

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Why is Nat such a downer

This could be just me, but ever time Alison has a plan Nat says are you sure about that A? Old now, over and over, never a positive view point. Some like Great idea A. Or let’s do it A.