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Nightingale's Gate (Hawthorne Brothers #3)

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ONE WOMAN WILL RISK EVERYTHING
TO SAVE THE MAN SHE LOVES.

A gentleman killer is stalking prostitutes in the alleys of Boston. The police arrest Lucas Hawthorne, the notorious son of a prominent family and owner of the infamous club Nightingale’s Gate. As the daughter of Boston’s leading prosecutor, attorney Alice Kendall has followed the headlines, but she is not prepared wh...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 29th 2001 by Ivy Books
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Sequel to Swan's Grace, following the 3rd brother. This was my favorite of the 3, although it really wasn't any more believable than the other two! ;)
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