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Michaels Barbara Into The Darkness New York NY Simon Schuster Inc 1990 Let me tell you a story about a woman named Meg Venturi She was born in Sedon a small New England town Her Grandfather Daniel Mignot a roguish and mysterious founder of a majestic empire died after a sudden short illness So Meg had to back to Seldon which is the small town that she ran away from so many years before She expected only to pay her respects and to act as a pillar of strength to her fragile Grandmother When Meg got there she received the shock of her life which was that her beloved grandfather had left her the local antique jewelry store that was his greatest joy With this inheritance came another even more startling legacy as she was forced into a business partnership with the man Daniel Mignot selected--the man half the town whispered was responsible for the old millionaires death Amidst the rich blood-red Burmese rubies shimmering baroque pearls of a deathlike pallor and a delicate gold ring whose message read Here I lie and wait for you a mysterious and increasingly dangerous chain of events haunted Meg And when she discovered a legacy of dark revelations older and more intriguing than the glittering jewels they surround Meg found that she must wage a battle of wits to protect something even more precious--her very life Characters Meg A tall blonde shy but tough New England schoolgirl She was the main goal of all the threats She was a very strong person because she could still go on with life even though she knew there was a murder out there lose Daniel A tall stocky and very successful antique jewelry seller He was Megs very strict and unpersuasive Grandfather He was the one everyone thought Riley killed or did kill Cliff A tall good looking and annoying cousin of Megs He
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