A New Gown for the Traitor’s Daughter

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When I first published The Traitor’s Daughter it had a truly dreadful cover. For a long time it has needed something that more accurately reflects the content. Thanks to the efforts of Cathy Helms at Avalon Graphics I now have a cover that does just that.

I particularly like the way it makes me feel cold when I look at it. You can probably tell that the story takes place during winter and that there might be something in it about a man and a woman in a castle.

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3 responses to “A New Gown for the Traitor’s Daughter

  1. Never judge a book by its cover, though I like the look of this one.

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  2. It was a true pleasure working with you on this new cover design, April!!

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