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    Elizabeth Peters
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    G K Hall & Co (December 1, 1991)
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The Camelot Caper (MP3 Book). The Camelot Caper (Hardcover). Published 1991 by . Large Print, Hardcover, 335 pages.

The Camelot Caper (MP3 Book). Published January 1st 2005 by Blackstone Audio, Inc. MP3 Book, 0 pages. Author(s): Elizabeth Peters, Grace Conlin (Reader). Author(s): Elizabeth Peters. ISBN: 0816151652 (ISBN13: 9780816151653).

The Camelot Caper (G K Hall Large Print Book Series). Learn More at LibraryThing. Elizabeth Peters at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780816151653 (978-0-8161-5165-3) Hardcover, G K Hall & Co, 1991. Find signed collectible books: 'The Camelot Caper (G K Hall Large Print Book Series)'.

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I've been desperate to go back to England and see for myself the vivid landscapes that she writes about in this book. I loved the banter between Jessica and David.

The Camelot Caper Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged. Hardcover, Large Print. by. Elizabeth Peters (Author).

The Lethal Stuff of Legends For Jessica Tregarth, an unexpected invitation to visit her grandfather in England is a wonderful surprise-an opportunity to open doors to a family past that have always been closed to her. But sinister acts greet her arrival. A stranger tries to steal her luggage and later accosts her in Salisbury Cathedral. Mysterious villains pursue her through Cornwall, their motive and intentions unknown. Jessica's only clue is an antique heirloom she possesses, an ancient ring that bears the Tregarth family crest.

I wish I were, Jessica interrupted. She stared gloomily out the car window. The suburbs of London were just as depressing and unpicturesque as their American counterparts. houses, rendered even more dismal by the cloudy skies. The weather had returned to normal; a gentle drizzle was falling. Morning bells are ringing, The hero’s boldly singin. .That’s terrible line. And what makes you think you’re the hero?. Nuts-to-you, Cou-sin John. I’m the only one around except Cousin John, and he is obviously the villain.

The Camelot Caper - Elizabeth Peters. Caper" was an excellent choice for the title: that's exactly what this is: an adventure with a romantic edge, danger around every corner but handled with a light touch, a tale of an unsuspecting female dropped into the midst of intrigue that would have served Alfred Hitchcock well. The writing is quick and clear, smart and fun and funny; the characters are fun and different, with enough depth to make this very enjoyable; the story is fun and improbable and attention-grabbing, and deals intelligently with the Arthurian elements.

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by. Peters, Elizabeth. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Romantic suspense novels. B on September 1, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

A young American girl on a visit to England realizes she is being pursued by a sinister moustached figure

My January reading challenge was to read a book published the year I was born. Where most books from 1969 seemed like very heavy reads, The Camelot Caper promised a lighthearted romo through England, amongst twists, turns, and villianery, with references to King Arthur whom I am quite fond of in literature. While the book did not center on King Arthur and his knights, it was a lively game of intrigue, with a hair of romance thrown in. Ms. Peters’ story telling gave just enough information on each page to make you want to go on to the next and the next, and in doing so I managed to read her entire book in just three short days. The Camelot Caper is a fun and entertaining read, and one I would recommend if you were looking for a book to wile away your boredom.
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I've read many books by Elizabeth Peters and enjoy her style of story-telling. This plot seems like it might have been one of EP's earlier books. It's enjoyable, especially the background information about the setting and historical elements. The characters themselves are very lightly written and the romance is minimal, although endearing.
A woman visits England to return an old family ring to her grandfather, and finds danger, adventure, mystery and romance, as only Elizabeth Peters can conjure up. "John Smythe," who appears later in the Vicky Bliss books, is introduced.
Elizabeth Peters has a wicked sense of humor. Never more so than when she poking fun at an entire genre.
Its the best kind of silly and light, but still gothic mystery book. Highly recommend for a beach read or escape
Love Elizabeth Peters and this book is a good read just not my favorite theme by the writer of you like the Amelia Peabody series
Cute but predictable story. Very dated though.