MORTAL ARTS By Anna Lee Huber

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS!


The Lady Darby series has caught my attention and I want to read all the books now. The cost of the ebooks will slow me down. The Books I have read remind me of Victoria Holt’s gothic mysteries. This book covers the treatment of a mental health patient and PDTS.

Lord Cromarty is moving his family from the Castle to Edinburgh so that Alana, Keira sister can have excellent physician care during her pregnancy.  A stop at Michael Dalmay home they learned that that is brother William is alive and their Father had placed him in a mental institution. The twists and turns that follow will hold your attention. Sebastian Gage is a guest and he aids in the events. It is not sure what he is doing but has plans of his own. A village girl is missing and the question is William responsible?

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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10 Responses to MORTAL ARTS By Anna Lee Huber

  1. lghiggins says:

    This sounds like a good book. I am disappointed that it isn’t an ARC. I know you will enjoy reading the series as you can.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    It sounds like a book you’d like.

  3. Sounds like a book I would like to read.
    A Woman in White is a 19th century novel that deals with mental health and inheritance issues.
    I think you would enjoy it.

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