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The Tears of Venus by Rebecca Stratton
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The Tears of Venus

by Rebecca Stratton

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Where would this web of secrecy lead her?

Was Guido Alessio suspicious of everyone or just Helen? Then why had he hired her to be his daughter's tutor?

Helen reasoned that his overprotective attitude stemmed from love for Isabella. But surely even in Italy ten-year-olds should be in school?

And how did the absence of a wife and mother relate to the ghostly woman who prowled Helen's room? Guido said it was a dream, but Helen knew better--apparitions didn't wear diamond necklaces!
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