Women of Magdalene
After years of serving as a wartime surgeon, Robert Mallory is accustomed to soldiers missing limbs . . .
In November, 1865, still mourning her fiance's death, Isabelle Ross joins with journalist Paul Delahoussaye at Belle Ombre Plantation to untangle a murderous web of secrets and lies.
Romance and suspense combine at an 1874 Mardi Gras ball when fifteen-year-old Juliette Carondel meets her forbidden love . . .
About the Author
Rosemary Poole-Carter explores an uneasy past in her novels Only Charlotte, Women of
Magdalene, What Remains, and Juliette Ascending, all set in the post-Civil War South, and
her plays, including The Familiar and The Little Death.
Fascinated by history, mystery, and the arts, she is a member of the Historical Novel Society, Mystery Writers of America, and the Dramatists Guild of America.
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, she was a long-time resident of
Houston, where she practiced her devotion to reading and writing with students of a college system. She now lives and writes by the Eno River in Durham, North Carolina.