Night Train to Marrakech unravels long-buried secrets, offering second chances for happiness.


The Description

The Daughters of War Series: Book 3
Publication Date: September 14, 2023

‘The desert hides dark secrets…’


Vicky Baudin steps onto a train winding through Morocco, looking for the grandmother she has never met.

It’s an epic journey that’ll take her to the edge of Atlas Mountains – and closer to the answers she’s been craving all her life.

But dark secrets whisper amongst the dunes. And in unlocking the mystery of Clemence’s past, Vicky will unearth great danger too . . .

The Review

cWhen Vicky Baudin travels to Morocco to visit the grandmother she never knew existed, the young French woman doesn’t count on her life being in danger.

Author Dinah Jefferies pens an engaging story set in 1966 with Night Train to Marrakech. Not only does the author capture the fragile political atmosphere, but she also appeals to the senses with descriptive language showcasing the setting.

There’s a definite sense of mystery surrounding Vicky’s grandmother, Clemence, who allegedly sent her son (Vicky’s father) away at birth. Rather than the emotional welcome Vicky sought, her grandmother seems rather reserved and distant.

From the market at Marrakech to the beautiful kasbah in the hills, the author delivers an action-packed tale of political intrigue, secrets, and revenge. When a run-in with fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent sets off a string of unfortunate events, Vicky finds herself yearning for home.

Night Train to Marrakech unravels long-buried secrets, offering second chances for happiness.

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About The Author

Dinah Jefferies began her career with The Separation, followed by the No.1 Sunday Times and Richard and Judy bestseller, The Tea-Planter’s Wife. Born in Malaysia, she moved to England at the age of nine. In 1985, a family tragedy changed everything, and she now draws on the experience of loss in her writing, infusing love, loss and danger with the beauty of her locations. She is published in 29 languages in over 30 countries and lives close to her family in Gloucestershire.




Amy Wilson
Amy Wilson
My name is Amy W., and I am a book addict. I will never forget the day I came home from junior high school to find my mom waiting for me with one of the Harlequin novels from my stash. As she was gearing up for the "you shouldn't be reading this" lecture, I told her the characters get married in the end. I'm just glad she didn't find the Bertrice Small book hidden in my closet. I have diverse reading tastes, evident by the wide array of genres on my Kindle. As I made the transition to an e-reader, I found myself worrying that something could happen to it. As a result, I am now the proud owner of four Kindles -- all different kinds, but plenty of back-ups! "Fifty Shades of Grey" gets high marks on my favorites list -- not for character development or dialogue (definitely not!), but because it blazed new ground for those of us who believe provocative fiction is more than just an explicit cover. Sylvia Day, Lexie Blake, and Kristin Hannah are some of my favorite authors. Speaking of diverse tastes, I also enjoy Dean Koontz, Iris Johansen, and J.A. Konrath. I’m always ready to discover new-to-me authors, especially when I toss in a palate cleanser that is much different than what I would normally read. Give me something with a well-defined storyline, add some suspense (or spice), and I am a happy reader. Give me a happily ever after, and I am downright giddy.


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Night Train to Marrakech unravels long-buried secrets, offering second chances for happiness.5-STAR REVIEW: NIGHT TRAIN TO MARRAKECH By Dinah Jefferies