Quicksilver (Mass Market)
Book Two of the Looking Glass Trilogy (An Arcane Society Novel #11)
Berkley, 9780515150568, 416pp.
Publication Date: March 27, 2012
Other Editions of This Title:
MP3 CD (1/20/2015)
Hardcover, Large Print, Large Print (5/1/2011)
MP3 CD (4/19/2011)
Compact Disc (4/19/2011)
Compact Disc (4/29/2014)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (4/19/2011)
Virginia Dean wakes at midnight beside a dead body, with a bloody knife in her hand and no memory of the evening’s events. Dark energy, emanating from the mirrors lining the room, overpowers her senses. With no apparent way in or out, she’s rescued by a man she’s met only once before, but won’t soon forget...
Owen Sweetwater inherited his family’s talent for hunting the psychical monsters who prey on London’s women and children, and his investigation into the deaths of two glass-readers has led him here. The high-society types of the exclusive Arcane Society would consider Virginia an illusionist, a charlatan, even a criminal. But Owen knows better. Virginia’s powers are real—and so is the power she exerts over him simply with her presence. And if her abilities can be relied upon in the midst of great danger, they just might be the key to his investigation.
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Praise For Quicksilver: Book Two of the Looking Glass Trilogy (An Arcane Society Novel #11)…
“A vividly atmospheric tale of danger and desire, brimming with paranormal-flavored suspense and combustible passion.”—Booklist
“Once again the ever-entertaining Quick treats readers to a wickedly witty, mercurial tale, filled with her own sexy brand of humor-laced sensuality, an abundance of intriguing characters, and a lively adventure successfully resolved but lightly peppered with tantalizing hints of what’s to come.”—Library Journal
“Amanda Quick has written another bestseller with her latest Gaslight Victorian romantic suspense with gothic overtones. The story line grips the reader...and never slows down until the final denouement. There are some quirky secondary characters who add whimsy to the otherwise dark, chilling but engrossing storyline.”—Midwest Book Review
“A perfect reading experience.”—Fresh Fiction