Til Death Do Us Part Mass Market
‘Til Death Do Us Part Mass Market
The creator of the New York Times smash hit Garden of Lies comes back to Victorian London in an all-new novel of dangerous fixation.
Calista Langley works a selective “presentation” office in Victorian London, taking into account respectable women and men of honor who get themselves alone on the planet. Be that as it may, now, a hazardously fixated individual has started sending her knickknacks and endowments reasonable just for those in most profound grieving—a dark mirror, a memorial service wreath, a ring set with dark stream stone. Each is engraved with her initials.
Frantic for help and expecting that the police will be of no help, Calista swings to Trent Hastings, an antisocial creator of famous wrongdoing books. Trusting that Calista might exploit his forlorn sister, who has turned out to be one of her customers, Trent doesn’t confide in her. Scarred by his past, he’s figured out how to keep his feelings under control, even as a moment fascination debilitates his resolve.
In any case, as Trent and Calista go over records of rejected customers with expectations of recognizing her tormentor, it turns out to be evident that the peril might originate from Calista’s own particular mystery past—and that exclusive her demise will fulfill the stalker…