Friday, October 11, 2013

Maggie MacKeever: Lord Fairchild's Daughter

Lord Fairchild's Daughter by Maggie MacKeever was published by Fawcett in January 1976, as a precursor of its Coventry Romance line.  This story has a gothic feel to it since Loveday, the heroine, runs away from her father's gambling only to stay with distant relatives who are convinced that she is the key to solving earlier murders.

Not quite a gothic cover by Allan Kass! Our couple are riding on a large estate and our heroine is prettily attired in riding dress. I like how her hair hangs down on the side and while the hero is smaller, we can still see Allan's skill by how he is drawn, along with the horses.

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