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Rangoon
by: Christine Monson

Avon Books, September 1985

American Dr. Herriott and his daughter Lysistrata travel to Burma to escape the heartache of a family and country torn apart by the civil war. While in Rangoon, Lysistrata meets mysterious businessman, prince, pirate Richard Harley (Ram), half Burmese and half English. Her relationship with Ram will lead her deep into the exotic jungle where she meets intrigue, danger and true love.

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Publisher:
Avon Books
Publish Date:
September 1985
Time Period:
Historical: American - (1837-1901) Victorian
Year Book Takes Place:
1870
Setting:
Burma
Hero:
Richard Harley (Ram)
Heroine:
Lysistrata Herriott
 
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