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Long Live the Queen

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Being the President’s daughter isn’t easy, but Meg’s getting used to it. She’s even starting to have a life again—okay, not a normal life, but things are beginning to fall into a routine.
     Then it happens—machine guns blast, a van screeches to a halt, and masked men grab Meg and take her away.
     Meg doesn’t understand what the terrorists want. She doesn’t understand how her security was breached. But she does understand one thing—they have no intention of letting her live—and she has no intention of dying.

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Long Live the Queen
1IT WAS ALMOST dark, but Meg kept her sunglasses on because they reminded her of skiing. Despite the fact that it was May, and she was holding a tennis racquet. Her theory had always been--when in doubt, delude oneself.She lowered her racquet, having served the last in another series of ten balls. A gardener near the fence lifted seven fingers, and she nodded her thanks. One nice thing about living in the White House was that there was always someone around to call lines. She picked up the jug of water she kept on the baseline and drank some, studying the other side of the
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“The author pulls no punches in this gripping tale, and combines a stirring plot with complex characters.” – Publishers Weekly

“Readers will stay with this character to the very end. An absorbing, thoughtful, and exciting novel.” – School Library Journal

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  • Ellen Emerson White started writing about Meg Powers in The President's Daughter and continued in White House Autumn, Long Live the Queen, and Long May She Reign, available from Feiwel and Friends (Fall 2007). When she is not writing, she’s watching the Boston Red Sox. She lives in New York City.
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