The Star of India by Diana R Chambers

The Star of India by Diana R Chambers is a work of historical fiction based on real-life story. The book weaves a spirited tale of a strong-willed woman whose fate was deeply entwined with the momentous birth of modern India. Published by Penguin, an e-version of the book is now available.

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Hollywood, 1946. When Nancy Valentine meets the dashing crown prince of Cooch Behar, sparks fly almost instantly. Sporty-as she lovingly nicknames him-is like nobody the beautiful young actress has ever met before. She is swept away to Sporty’s kingdom in India just as the country is caught up in a tumultuous freedom struggle. And before she knows it, Nancy is entangled in a whirlwind of intrigue, espionage, and attempted murder.

Sporty comes under great pressure from his elegant and formidable mother, who believes his marriage to a foreigner will weaken the family’s position with their people-and make them vulnerable to a government takeover. Amid growing opposition to the couple’s union, the state’s fabled Mughal Ruby disappears, and its curse will shadow them all.

About the Author

Diana R. Chambers is an internationally renowned writer who has also worked in Hollywood as a costumer and scriptwriter. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America, Mystery Writers of America, and president of Sisters in Crime-NorCal. She lives in a small San Francisco-area town with her fellow-traveler husband, arty daughter, brilliant mutt, and feral kitty, Marco Polo.

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