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Inspired by a true story!

All beauty must die....

With her blankly staring eyes seeming to gaze into the sky, he put a red rose between her teeth and then gently pushed her into the water.

She silently sank into the slow, flowing river. She was called the Wild Rose. 

Emma Frost is on a relaxing and romantic vacation in the small town of Enniskerry in Ireland with her boyfriend Morten, when they find a dead woman in the river. 

The small town of Enniskerry is shocked by this murder, but also by the secrets it threatens to expose. 

When another woman is found dead in the river with a rose between her teeth, Emma is plunged into a frantic chase for this serial killer, while she and Morten attempt to solve the mysterious riddles of this town’s painful past.

"The Wild Rose" is an old Irish tale of a man courting a woman and killing her while they are out together. No one ever found her body, and as the years passed, her real name could not be remembered, so she was called The Wild Rose. It is what inspired the song by Nick Cave and now also a serial killer in Enniskerry, Ireland.

Where the Wild Roses Grow is a pulse-racing mystery laced with terrifying nail-biting tension impossible to stop listening to! If you like a story with nerve-wracking suspense, and twists you won’t see coming, then you’ll love the Queen of Scream Willow Rose’s, breathtaking stand-alone novel.

Buy Where the Wild Roses Grow today to match wits with a twisted killer and solve a terrifying mystery today!

©2016 Willow Rose (P)2020 Buoy Media

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