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A rash of gruesome murders has the citizens of London spooked, and Abbie Sharp fears that Max Bartlett—the only surviving member of the Conclave—is behind the bloodshed. When a pack of revitalized corpses attacks her family, Abbie realizes that Max has hatched a twisted plot to raise the dead and turn them into an army of revenants bent on destruction. Racing between London and her country estate, Abbie tries to figure out a way to stop Max and his two evil associates. As her investigation leads her into dank graveyards and subterranean ruins, she discovers a new way to fight Max—and to keep him from using the Conclave's secret elixir to gain unimaginable new powers.
Amy Carol Reeves has a PhD in 19th century British Literature and a master's degree in British Literature from the University of South Carolina. She became entranced by the idea for Ripper, her debut novel, after meeting Donald Rumbelow, a world-recognized expert on Jack the Ripper. Reeves is currently an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina, and lives with her husband and two children in Columbia, S.C. For more information, visit her online at: AmyCarolReeves.com.