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About the Book:
ISBN 0738730726 (ISBN13: 9780738730721)
In 1888, following her mother’s sudden death, seventeen-year-old Arabella Sharp goes to live with her grandmother in a posh London neighborhood. At her grandmother’s request, Abbie volunteers at Whitechapel Hospital, where she discovers a passion for helping the unfortunate women and children there.
About the Author:
Amy Carol Reeves is a Hoosier by birth, a South Carolinian by marriage, and a Victorian governess in her imagination. She has a PhD in nineteenth-century British literature and published academic articles before deciding that it would be much more fun to write novels about Jack the Ripper.
Amy wishes that bloomers were still in fashion. She also wishes that men still had names like Rochester or Darcy and that they wore cravats.
When she is not writing or teaching college classes, she enjoys running around her neighborhood with her giant labrador retriever and serial reading Jane Austen novels. She lives in Columbia, South Carolina with her husband and two children.