Beatrice Scarlet
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  • 1
    Scarlet Widow: Beatrice Scarlet, Book 1 | Graham Masterton

    Scarlet Widow: Beatrice Scarlet, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Graham Masterton
    • Narrated By Emma Gregory
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    Beatrice Scarlet is the apothecary's daughter. She can mix medicines to save lives - but she can't save the lives of her parents. An orphan at just sixteen, Beatrice marries and emigrates to America. New Hampshire, 1756: In the farming community where Beatrice now lives, pigs are found dead with slices of looking-glass embedded in their mouths. According to scripture this is the work of Satan, but Beatrice suspects the hands of men. She must act quickly to unmask the killer - or become the next victim herself....

    Tedious

    I found this dull and tedious. The narrator had limited expression, the story promised to be interesting but wasn't and unnecessarily graphic rape sce..Show More »

    Reviewed on 14 March 2017 by Connie ()
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    The Coven: Beatrice Scarlet, Book 2 | Graham Masterton

    The Coven: Beatrice Scarlet, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Graham Masterton
    • Narrated By Emma Gregory
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    London, 1758. Beatrice Scarlet has returned to London and found work at St Mary Magdalene's Refuge for fallen women. Beatrice enjoys the work and her apothecary skills are much needed. But when 12 girls sent to a factory in Clerkenwell disappear, Beatrice is uneasy. Their would-be benefactor claims they were witches, sacrificed by Satan for his demonic misdeeds. But Beatrice is sure something much darker than witchcraft is at play....

    Victorian Female Solves the Case

    Brilliant follow up to the Scarlet Widow - Beatrice Scarlet. Beatrice (the daughter of an apothecary) moved to the colonies (America), 3 years after h..Show More »

    Reviewed on 09 October 2017 by Freda (Warrington, United Kingdom)