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Burning Lamp (An Arcane Society Novel) by  Amanda Quick - Hardcover - from Keyes Consulting and Biblio.com

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Burning Lamp (An Arcane Society Novel)

by Quick, Amanda

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G.P. Putnam's Sons. Used - Very Good. Great shape- pages are unmarked and sharp.Has a remainder mark. Hardcover Used - Very Good Ships fast! 2010

In this second novel of the Dreamlight Trilogy from New York Times -bestselling author Amanda Quick, psychic power and passion collide as a legendary curse comes to a burn... The Arcane Society was born in turmoil when the friendship of its two founders evolved into a fierce rivalry. Nicholas Winters's efforts led to the creation of a device of unknown powers called the Burning Lamp. Each generation of male descendents who inherits it is destined to develop multiple talents-and the curse of madness. Plagued by hallucinations and nightmares, notorious crime lord Griffin Winters is convinced he has been struck with the Winters Curse. But even has he arranges a meeting with the mysterious woman Adelaide Pyne, he has no idea how closely their fates are bound, for she holds the missing lamp in her possession. But their dangerous psychic experiment makes them the target of forces both inside and outside of the Arcane Society. And though desire strengthens their power, their different lives will keep them apart-if death doesn't take them together.



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