Have you ever read a book that suits itself perfectly to a movie or television miniseries? Daisy Goodwin's "The Fortune Hunter" is just such a story. Set in the late 1800s, Queen Victoria is on the throne and Emperor Franz Joseph's wife, Empress Elizabeth of Austria is feeling restless. To quell her boredom, the beautiful Empress invites herself to the English countryside for a challenging season of fox hunting. Heiress Charlotte Baird is more interested in the new art of photography than socia......more
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