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A WOMAN'S INNOCENCE
by Gayle Callen

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Victorian England

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The conclusion of Callen's Spies and Liars trilogy is a thrilling ride. An unlikely pair, Julia Redd, accused of treason, and Samuel Sherrynton, her accuser, attempt to clear her name.

Sam should be happy he placed a traitor behind bars, but something tells him Julia, his one-time childhood companion, is innocent. He breaks her out of jail and the daring pair dash across the country in search of the real spy.

From a murder victim's dying words to a wild trip to Julia's family's country estate to posing as husband and wife to escaping a killer's schemes, Sam and Julia discover the truth about the treason accusations—and a long-buried love too.

With a deft hand, Callen combines mystery, murder and passion in an action-packed love story that's as excit-ing as it is romantic. She knows how
to deliver what her readers desire with panache. SENSUAL (Apr., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: April 2005

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