Death is a Red Rose Author:Dorothy Eden DEATH -- and the overpowering scent of red roses.... — When Cressida Barclay rented the vacant flat in the large, decaying house in London, she rented more than she had bargained for. Her fellow tenants were an eerie lot, and her landlady a strange old widow, who quickly identified her new young roomer with her long-dead daughter, also named Cres... more »sida.
It soon became painfully evident that someone else in the house was confusing the new girl with her dead namesake. Had one of them killed the first Cressida and, believing in his madness that she had risen like the phoenix from her own ashes, tried to kill her again?
Afraid for her life, pursued by Jeremy Winter, the erratic young artist who might be a friend -- or might be the killer -- Cressida found her waning resistance further weakened by the overpowering scent of roses -- a scent closely identified with a long-dead girl...« less