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Twilight Whispers By Barbara Delinsky

Twilight Whispers

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Twilight Whispers Summary


Twilight Whispers by Barbara Delinsky

From superb storyteller Barbara Delinsky, the tale of a prominent American family, the tragedy that haunts them, and the love that can set them free... Privilege, Passions, and Secrets... Katia Morrell grew up amid wealth, sharing the idyllic childhood enjoyed by America's aristocracy without every really being one of them. As daughter of the housekeeper to the powerful Warren family, she never truly belonged. Now she is back at the Warren mansion, hoping to see the man she always loved, Jordan Whyte, heir to the Whyte fortune. The occasion is the mysterious deaths of Jordan's brother and his brother's wife. Now chic and rich in her own right, Katia returns feeling strong. But once she sees Jordan, and how much he needs her, the old feelings come flooding back. Soon she is learning secrets about the family she thought she knew-and getting trapped in a chilling drama of murder and money, men and women, and truths so shocking they can only be revealed in...TWILIGHT WHISPERS

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Twilight Whispers Reviews


* 'Top Pick!...Full of mystery and romantic tension...a true page-turner...Readers will be unable to put this Delinsky classic down. * Romantic Times *

About Barbara Delinsky


BARBARA DELINSKY lives in Needham, Massachusetts. With thirty million copoies of her novels in print, in 25 different languages, Delinsky is one of the world's most beloved and revered storytellers.

Additional information

GOR002582280
Twilight Whispers by Barbara Delinsky
Barbara Delinsky
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Little, Brown & Company
2009-09-01
416
0446508691
9780446508698
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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