The Sixth Victim by Tessa Harris. Published by Kensington

It’s 1888 and jack the Ripper is terrorizing London. Women are terrified, and flower girl Constance Piper is worried, but she’s even more concerned about the visions she’s been having lately. Constance’s mother always professed an ability to see the dead, but Constance isn’t sure she believes. When a wealthy woman contacts Constance, hoping the flower girl can help her find her missing sister, Constance must learn to trust her instincts and her ability to contact the dead. The combination of spiritualism and the Jack the Ripper mystery make this a bang up story


~ by cayocosta72 on April 5, 2017.

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