Fire at Midnight

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Rachael Penrose is confined to Bedlam insane asylum in London after discovering that her uncle Victor plans to kill her brother in order to inherit the family fortune. Victor, with a gang of criminals, uses French privateer Sebastien Falconer as the scapegoat for his crimes. When Victor spreads the lie that Rachael informed on Falconer's smuggling activities, Falconer vows revenge on the girl. Gripping suspense and romance play out in front of numerous historical details, including a violent storm that devastated England in 1703 and swept the Eddystone Lighthouse into the sea.

Product Details

$7.95  $7.31
Medallion Press
Publish Date
March 01, 2009
4.1 X 1.1 X 6.5 inches | 0.35 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound
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About the Author

Lisa Marie Wilkinson is a writer and the Grand Prize Winner in the 2007 Maryland Writers Association Novel Contest. She is the author of "Fire at Midnight." She lives outside Nashville, Tennessee.


"Lisa Marie Wilkinson weaves deep emotion, tenderness and sensuality into a rich historical tapestry in this sweeping romance of adventure and intrigue." --Christine Wells, author, "The Dangerous Duke"
"Full of twists and turns, it will definitely keep you turning the pages." --"Novelspot"
"A well researched and entertaining historical filled with unforeseen twists and turns." "--Romance Reviews Today"
"A stunning historical debut . . . a fast-paced read filled with mystery, intrigue, and a passionate characters who will captivate readers until the last page." "--"Stacy Kane, author, " Gunslinger's Untamed Bride"
"4 stars HOT Romance. Action and suspense differentiate this tale of adventure and love. Wilkinson creates the right combination of believable characters, snappy dialogue and fast paced storytelling." --"Romantic Times BOOKreviews"
"5 Ribbons. Full of suspense, passion, characters you'll either love (or love to hate), and a plot so thick that you'll feel like you're part of it." --"Romance Junkies"
""Fire at Midnight" is thoroughly enjoyable and historical fans will love it." --"The Romance Readers Connection"
"A masterful storyteller, Wilkinson has created a fast-paced tale with superbly drawn characters." --RomanceRoundTable