The Prince of Eden by Marilyn Harris

A tale of two brothers…

Edward Eden may be rich, but he is also the illegitimate son of the late Lord Thomas Eden. Having inherited his father’s vast wealth, but not his title, Edward has poured vast amounts of money into his long-time friend Daniel Spade’s school for the poor in London. That, and Edward’s frequent visits to Newgate Prison, have earned him the title ‘The Prince of Eden’ among London’s lower classes.

But when death strikes close to home, Edward will fall victim to a dangerous addiction…

James Eden — the legitimate son of Lord Eden and Edward’s younger brother — has, in contrast, inherited his father’s title and rank, but not his fortune. And much to his anger, James is forced to live off of the allowance provided to him by his brother. Incensed at having being left out of what he feels rightfully his, what lengths will James go to in order to get his hand on his father’s fortune?

And with James’ housekeeper, Sophia Cranford, and her brother Caleb stirring the flames, perhaps it is only a matter of time before the tension erupts…

Filled with plot twists and shocking moments, The Prince of Eden is a gripping historical saga and the sequel to Marilyn Harris’ The Other Eden.

About the author…

Marilyn Harris (June 4, 1931 — January 18, 2002) was born in Oklahoma. She was best known for her “Eden” series, an historical saga about the Eden family of England. The series also includes The Other Eden The Eden Passion and The Women of Eden.

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