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Author Y'Barbo, Kathleen, author.

Title The Black Midnight / Kathleen Y'Barbo.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Barbour Publishing, Inc., [2020]


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Description 1 online resource (256 pages).
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Series True colors
True colors (Barbour Books)
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Summary Two Series of Murders Seem Mysteriously Connected Step into True Colors -- a series of Historical Stories of Romance and American Crime Three years before Jack the Ripper began his murderous spree on the streets of London, women were dying in their beds as The Midnight Assassin terrorized the citizens of Austin, Texas. Now, with suspicion falling on Her Majesty's family and Scotland Yard at a loss as to who the Ripper might be, Queen Victoria summons her great-granddaughter, Alice Anne von Wettin, a former Pinkerton agent who worked the unsolved Austin case, and orders her to discreetly form a team to look into the London matter. The prospect of a second chance to work with Annie just might entice Isaiah Joplin out of his comfortable life as an Austin lawyer. If his theories are right, they'll find the The Midnight Assassin and, by default, the Ripper. If they're wrong, he and Annie are in a bigger mess than the one the feisty female left behind when she departed Austin under cover of darkness three years ago. Can the unlikely pair find the truth of who is behind the murders before they are drawn into the killer's deadly game? From Texas to London, the story navigates the fine line between truth and fiction as Annie and Isaiah ultimately find the hunters have become the hunted.
Note Publisher metadata.
Subject FICTION / Christian / Suspense.
Austin (Tex.) -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction.
London (England) -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Religious fiction.
ISBN 9781643525976 (epub)
Standard No. 9781643525976
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