Blood Red Roses by Margaret Lawrence

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From the author of Hearts and Bones--nominated for the 1997 Edgar and Agatha Awards--comes a new novel featuring the unforgettable Hannah Trevor. A sequence of gruesome murders in her colonial town is the least concern of Hannah, whose eight-year-old daughter may be sold as an indentured servant. But when Hannah becomes a suspect in the deaths, she must clear herself and unravel the truth.

About Margaret Lawrence

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Lawrence has written for film and television.
Published October 1, 1997 by HarperCollins. 353 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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A second chapter in the anguished history of Hannah Trevor (Hearts and Bones, 1996), a healer-midwife of Rufford, Maine, in the years after the Revolutionary War.

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In her second historical mystery, Lawrence (Hearts and Bones, 1996) returns to the small village of Rufford, Maine, where the life of young widowed midwife Hannah Trevor threatens to unravel in 1786.

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