Beloved author of over 120 books, and consistently hitting New York Times bestseller lists, Jayne Ann Krentz, writing as Amanda Quick, offers a brand-new, twist-filled tale of deceptions and dark secrets amid the luxurious settings of late-Victorian London, featuring a young woman who has been forced to fake her own suicide and change her identity due to a scandalous murder. In her new life as a secret reporter for a newspaper she covers gossip and intrigue among society's elite. One night in the course of a stealthy search of a high-ranking lord's bedchamber she encounters a mysterious jewel thief. He is the one man who can expose her past and destroy her. A delightful new romp filled with suspense and wit and the steamy Victorian passion Amanda Quick's devoted listeners love.
2007 May 7 The River Knows
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