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The Leopard Princess

Author: Rosanne Hawke



Master storyteller Rosanne Hawke effortlessly interweaves ancient Mughal history and settings, fables and traditional story threads to bring to life a magical fantasy. 

Told over two books – the first book, Daughter of Nomads released July 2016. 

First Moon of Autumn, 1662: After reuniting with the nomads, fourteen-year-old Jahani is finally home. With her red hair dyed black, she can travel through the Qurraqoram Mountains without fear of being captured.

But the tyrants and war lords who pursue Jahani will not rest in their battle for power and, before long, the nomads are attacked.

Can Jahani discover a pathway to peace in the northern kingdoms and fulfil her true destiny?

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