The Lost Locket of Windbrace Hall
Fleeing across the barren, windswept moors when she is falsely accused of theft, Juliet Fletcher is offered a position at Windbrace Hall by Lord Victor Manchester, but she is in even greater danger there when he recognizes the locket she wears
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