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Cancelled before publication.

Set during the American Revolution, this haunting talc centers around Meg Fier, who has fallen in love with Dr. Malcolm Howell. Meg soon discovers the doctor's dangerous mind control experiments and must turn to the person she fears most -- the mysterious Raven Woman.
208 pages
Published by Golden Books (first published March 1999)
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