Thorndike Press, 1999/02/01 - 168 ページ
When Louise King married Gavin Summers, she never anticipated the storm of events it would unleash. It seemed that Gavin's family deliberately conspired to prove her unequal to his first wife, Miranda, in beauty or intelligence. Their marriage had served to reawaken the nightmare horror of the past and the mystery which had surrounded the accident in which Miranda had lost her life. What did Gavin know, and why was somebody trying to blackmail him?
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