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Season of Evil

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The Fallen Woman

She had everything a woman could want-fabulous wealth, a handsome, adoring husband, a life of sensual and intellectural fulfillment. And then suddenly beautiful Bianca Trael had nothing. Within hours her husband had turned against her, and her blissful marriage had been rined by the most degrading of scandals.

It seemed impossible, but it had happened-and it
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Mass Market Paperback, 220 pages
Published January 1st 1987 by Zebra (first published 1965)
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Phyllis
Jun 03, 2013 Phyllis rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance-suspense
Bianca Trael was working on her doctorate when wealthy Ludo Trael swept her off her feet and into marriage. Her life the stuff of fairy tales until Ludo Trael divorces on trumped up charges of adultery. Heartbroken, Bianca hides out at her brother's empty home in Chevy Chase. But Ludo is missing and the FBI wants to know where she hid his diaries. Bianca finds herself in the midst of espionage and treason. Elsie Lee wrote romantic suspense novels in the 1960s and 1970s. Her heroines are sophisti ...more
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Racist, class-ist (is that a word?), full of rich snobs and racial stereotypes. Written in 1967, this book is full of the worst of that time period and mind-set.
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Elsie Lee (Elsie Lee Sheridan) (1912 - 1987)

Pseudonym/s: Elsie Cromwell, Jane Gordon, Lee Sheridan

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