Scarlet Widow

Scarlet Widow Ebook Scarlet Widow Graham Masterton Buyprobolan50.co.uk Beatrice Scarlet Is The Apothecary S Daughter She Can Mix Medicines To Save Lives But She Can T Save The Lives Of Her Parents An Orphan At Just Sixteen, Beatrice Marries And Emigrates To America.New Hampshire, 1756 In The Farming Community Where Beatrice Now Lives, Pigs Are Found Dead With Slices Of Looking Glass Embedded In Their Mouths According To Scripture This Is The Work Of Satan, But Beatrice Suspects The Hands Of Men She Must Act Quickly To Unmask The Killer Or Become The Next Victim Herself.

  • 2.1
  • 138
  • English
  • 05 July 2018
  • Audible Audio
  • Scarlet Widow
  • Graham Masterton

10 thoughts on “Scarlet Widow

  1. Maxine (Booklover Catlady) says:

    Well knock me over with a feather If I had not known that Graham Masterton had written this book I never would have guessed He has taken his writing expertise into a whole other direction Graham is famous for his horror novels and his graphic crime series featuring Katie Maguire set in Cork, Ireland but this historical horror thriller really is something else altogether.I was totally sold on the synopsis London, 1750 Beatrice Scarlet is the apothecary s daughter She can mix medicines and herbs to save the lives of her neighbours but, try as she might, she can t save the lives of her parents An orphan at just sixteen, Beatrice marries a preacher and emigrates to America.New Hampshire, 1756 In the farming community where Beatrice now lives, six pigs are found viciously slaughtered slices of looking glass embedded in their mouths According to scripture, this is the work of Satan but Beatrice Scarlet suspects the hands of men As she closes in on the killer, she must act quickly to unmask him or become the next victim herselfWe meet Beatrice at different stages in her life with the majority of the book based around her life in New Hampshire married to the local man of the cloth, the local Preacher Her love for...

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  4. Tammie says:

    2.5 stars This would have been 3.5 stars, but I m docking a whole star from this book because of the rape scene, which I will talk about later When I picked up Scarlet Widow I was expecting something a lot milder something along the lines of a mild historical mystery I probably should have done research, especially on the author before I read this This is an author who has a history of writing horror and that became obvious as I read this book There were some very gruesome murders This is definitely not for the squeamish The things I liked about the book were it kept me glued to it from the first page the protagonist was a strong, intelligent person and it kept me guessing throughout most of it There was something about the writing style that kept me turning the pages I found Beatrice to be very likable and intelligent, and her interest in her father s profession was one part of the book I really enjoyed For a girl back in the 1700s, Bea was an independent thinker I liked reading about Bea s past with her parents in London, and I found the part with her relatives interes...

  5. Mandy says:

    This is the story of Beatrice, who lives quite happily with her parents in 18th century London Within the space of a few months however, both of her parents are dead and Beatrice has been sent to live with her aunt and her family in Birmingham.Then the story jumps forward six years and Beatrice is now living in New Hampshire with her husband, the town preacher, and their young son.Strange, disturbing killings begin to happen to the people of the town, and also to their livestock Francis, Beatrice s husband, believes it is the work of Satan, but Beatrice thinks that there may be a human killer amongst them.This is a story that I greatly enjoyed I loved all the details that were put into the narrative about what life was like during these times and how they lived I found the book to be really well written and very easy to read and become absorbed in I have heard of this author before but don t remember reading anything by him I do have the ...

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  9. Bookread2day says:

    First in a new series from Graham Masterton, introducing the apothecary s daughter Beatrice ScarletGraham Masteron was the best selling horror writer who has now turned his talent to crime writing He is also the author of the best selling Katie Maguire series, set in Cork Ireland The author Graham Masterton is one the most original and frightening story tellers of our time I was fascinated by this unusual story Scarlet Widow is set in London, 1750 Beatrice Scarlet father grounds up herbs and spices for his customers, and prepared his medicinal mixtures Sadly B...

  10. Beattie says:

    11 58 33Description London, 1750 Beatrice Scarlet is the apothecary s daughter She can mix medicines and herbs to save the lives of her neighbours but, try as she might, she can t save the lives of her parents An orphan at just sixteen, Beatrice marries a preacher and emigrates to America New Hampshire, 1756 In the farming community where Beatrice now lives, six pigs are found viciously slaughtered slices of looking glass embe...

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