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Midnight Rose
Agnew, Denise
: Treble Heart Books. 2002.
0pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 1931742413

Casebook Review:

When American Alexandra Watson travels to London as Ross Havenwood’s ward, her empathic abilities tell her that shadows haunt Ross and the city that becomes her new home. When a killer stalks the streets, Alexandra dreams of death, and she is compelled to shelter a young servant who harbors a deadly secret. Ross will challenge a relentless menace to learn the truth and fight a desire for Alexandra that burns his soul. Someone is killing prostitutes in the East End, and as Alexandra and Ross draw closer to the identity of the murderer, they realize the executioner knows who they are...

Available for purchase at: http://www.trebleheartbooks.com