Sing Witch, Sing Death

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Thorndike Press, May 1, 1999 - Fiction - 326 pages
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Lady Pamela was much too forthright to harbor illicit designs on the brooding master of Tremaire. She was paid to be a companion to Countess St. Just - not to his lordship. But sequestered in the secluded mansion, Pamela couldn't deny the growing attraction any more than she could reason away the ominous sense of danger that chilled her.

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Definitely not her best. Her books are almost always much, much better! Read full review

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If you like story that focuses on relationships but is not a bodice ripper, this is a story for you. Vividly set in Cornwall, it is a romance in the truest sense of the word, with a tale that focuses ... Read full review


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Roberta Gellis is the bestselling author of over 25 novels in different fields. New York Times best-seller John Jakes has called her a superb storyteller of extraordinary talent; Publishers Weekly has termed her a master of the medieval historical. Her many awards include: The Silver and Gold Medal Porgy for historical novels from West Coast Review of Books and the Golden Certificate and Golden Pen from Affaire de Coeur, several Romantic Times book awards and also their Lifetime Achievement Award.

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