Romantic Suspense

They’re Literally Pawns in a Twisted Game

April 19, 2013
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Kristen Kindoll

Carolyn Ainsworth is drawn into a twisted game of English chess, which places her in a delicate situation. Does finding out the truth about her family merit destroying all that she has known?

The Queen’s Gambit is a precise chess maneuver that calculates key positions upon the board.

In Kristen Kindoll‘s novel “Queen’s Autumn Gambit,” in order to play, Carolyn must accept the terms of the inheritance.

The other beneficiary, Luca Caldwell, is maneuvered to participate in this archaic game of alliances. Their forced partnership begins on opposite sides. As they progress, they discover mounting secrets about both of their families.

What starts out in conflict, they unite with one common purpose to discover who has been manipulating them. As the autumn leaves fall from the trees, Carolyn and Luca find themselves embroiled in the mounting lies.

They begin to question if they are the players or merely pieces in a greater scheme.

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The Queen’s .. what?
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According to Wikipedia,

The Queen’s Gambit is one of the oldest known chess openings. It was mentioned in the Göttingen manuscript of 1490 and was later analysed by masters such as Gioachino Greco in the seventeenth century. During the early period of modern chess, queen pawn openings were not in fashion, and the Queen’s Gambit did not become common until the 1873 tournament in Vienna.

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