'A Long, Fatal Love Chase' by Louisa May Alcott
Published on Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 9:32am
Written in 1866, A Long Fatal Love Chase is now published for the first time.
Rosamond Vivian, 18, lives with her grandfather on an island estate off England's coast. She longs to escape the solitude, and the chance arrives in the form of Phillip Tempest, almost twice her age. They marry, and he takes her with him to his villa near Nice. But Rosamond soon suspects that all is not as it first appeared. She even fears that her husband is a murderer.
Available as DB 41453 in the Library for the Blind, and in Regular Print in the DC Public Library Fiction collection.
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