Liberty, equality, fraternity, and death to the aristocrats! In Paris, 1792, this is the cry of a downtrodden people who have risen against their oppressors. Doctor Juliette Roussel agrees. Yet, could she save some of the imprisoned children and use their blood money to help other innocents? Forced to practise medicine as a man, she holds a unique position within the feared prison of the Conciergerie. Only the brilliant surgeon Armand Dumouriez penetrates her disguise and finds himself entangled in her schemes. As the blood-soaked wind of oppression rages across the city, Juliette is betrayed and sentenced to the guillotine. But can she escape?
Used availability for Frances Burke's Scarlet Wind
June 2009 : UK Hardback
September 2014 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition