Renegade by Amy Carol Reeves
(A Ripper Novel)

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Brimming with romance and danger, the suspenseful Ripper series continues

The Conclave—a secret group with twisted ideals and freakish practices—has been wiped out, thanks to Arabella Sharp. Now there’s a new malevolence afoot. Fishermen are getting killed, their partially devoured bodies washing up on the shores of Scotland. Is the Ripper responsible? Or have the Conclave’s sinister experiments left behind something more monstrous? Abbie fears the worst when her beloved Dr. William Siddal vanishes. To save the man she loves, Abbie must comply with the Ripper’s dreadful orders—and put her own life in grave danger.

 

About Amy Carol Reeves

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Amy Carol Reeves has a PhD in 19 th century British Literature and a masterrsquo;s degree in British Literature from the University of South Carolina. She became entranced by the idea for Ripper , her debut novel, after meeting Donald Rumbelow, a world-recognized expert on Jack the Ripper. Reeves is currently an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina, and lives with her husband and two children in Columbia, S.C. For more information, visit her online at: AmyCarolReeves.com.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by Flux. 360 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Travel, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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This sequel to Ripper (2012) takes readers back to Abbie Sharp's late-Victorian London.

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This sequel to Ripper (2012) takes readers back to Abbie Sharp's late-Victorian London.

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