The Rosary Bride

  • by Luisa Buehler
  • Narrated by Beth Richmond
  • 6 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

During the 1940's the women attending Rosary College insisted a beautiful young woman wearing a 'fancy dress' haunted the halls near the chapel. Many claimed to see the apparition often entering, sitting, and softly crooning a mournful melody. Stories of the 'Rosary Bride' continue from generation to generation. Fifty years later, during the renovation of the college library, workers expose a skeleton. Grace Marsden, present at the discovery is drawn into the search for the victim's identity, fearing the remains will lead to skeletons in her own family closet. Against her husband, her best friend, and her own common sense Grace determines to find the truth. Her involvement grows beyond her control when the dead woman reaches out to her. Complications arise when the investigating police inspector dredges up more old secrets and betrayal. Ignoring her husband's theory that the Inspector's motives are less than honorable, Grace continues her quest to solve the decades old homicide. Desperate to know the truth, Grace enlists the help of Sister Andrew, a nun who lived at Rosary during the 40's and has chronicled the college's history. But all too soon the treachery of the past meets the future and once again lives are lost. Can Grace name the 'Rosary Bride' before her killer strikes again?


What the Critics Say

"(This novel) is a twisty, taut, compelling story of love gone wrong, a fascinating, haunting tale." (Carolyn Hart, author of Engaged to Die)


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Customer Reviews

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Very american

I was looking forward to a interesting period drama concerning prehaps middle age conflict of church and the community instead I found a mills and boon style story about a modern "loves labor lost:- It's a lesson in not reading a book by it's title!
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- Loretta

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-04-2009
  • Publisher: Books in Motion