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Berkley Books, 1985 - Fiction - 578 pages
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Alethea, pursuing a career as a painter, is herself pursued by three men--Jasper Sewell, an idealistic doctor, the rakish John Wilmont, Earl of Rochester, and Kit Drakelon, the obsessive, twisted, cruel tormentor of her childhood

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Review: Alethea (Heron #3)

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Didn't quite connect with this book as much as the first two but still a good read Read full review

Review: Alethea (Heron #3)

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Sometimes I like a book much more after a few years and a second read. This would be one of those books. Since the previous two books centered mainly around Thomazine and Francis Heron, I think part ... Read full review


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