I like G.A. Henty, and enjoy his historical novels (always reading them with the understanding that he takes some artistic license). But Dorothy's Double (and I've read all 3 volumes now) is different - a bit of mystery, a bit of romance, and a nice change.
Dorothy is the privileged yet relatively unspoiled daughter to a monied English landowner, engaged to be married. One day it is discovered that she (apparently) has taken 2 diamond tiaras from a jewelry shop, home to decide which she wants. The only problem is that she never went to the shop, and doesn't have the tiaras. Who took the tiaras, and how did they manage it? Or did Dorothy take them, and not remember it? Pursuit of the answers leads the reader from England to Europe to the U.S. and back again.
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