Rachel E. Twiss, author of the fantasy novels Fenn and Echo Cross, was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts. She has a BA in English from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut and an MA in Victorian Studies from the University of Leicester. While doing her undergraduate work Rachel spent time in Dingle, Ireland she fell in love with far away islands and fairytale worlds. Her love of Ireland has colored her writing ever since.
Published: April 18, 2015.
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Early morning, August 1882. Inspector Aloysius Allaway is awoken and brought into the investigation of a strangely dressed young woman found in King’s Chapel Graveyard while 138 years later rookie Detective Shiloh Amsel finds a mummified human heart.
Rose’s life has always been planned out: she was to marry Duke Ferdinand of Onlicres, second in line to the rightful throne of Fenn, and be ready to live as happily ever after as she can in the middle of a war against the Queen of Leasung.
But Rose’s fairy tale collapses when her sister falls gravely ill.