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Mansion Of Evil

Mansion Of Evil Lapped by the Gulf Of Maine waters Ravensnest brooded like a specter from the past over the fishing town of Tregoney To the gloomy ruin of a mansion came beautiful Diane Montrose on a nursing assign

  • Title: Mansion Of Evil
  • Author: Caroline Farr
  • ISBN: 9780451067043
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lapped by the Gulf Of Maine waters, Ravensnest brooded like a specter from the past, over the fishing town of Tregoney To the gloomy ruin of a mansion came beautiful Diane Montrose on a nursing assignment.More than illness threatened the life of her young charge, Robyn Warburton, whose Mother perished under mysterious circumstances Diane found herself drawn into a web ofLapped by the Gulf Of Maine waters, Ravensnest brooded like a specter from the past, over the fishing town of Tregoney To the gloomy ruin of a mansion came beautiful Diane Montrose on a nursing assignment.More than illness threatened the life of her young charge, Robyn Warburton, whose Mother perished under mysterious circumstances Diane found herself drawn into a web of evil What was the terrible secret that dominated everyone s lives at Ravensnest What horror was hidden in the cell, hewn from the living rock of the cliffs below it What was the danger that lurked in Diane s attraction fo David Warburton, heir to the family s fortune

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    1 thought on “Mansion Of Evil

    1. I looked forward to this. I adore gothic mysteries for their antiqueness and secrecy, my alternative to the paranormal. Mainstream mysteries lack spooky suspense and fright. The cover of this one is exquisite, conveying that enthralling tone. The contents didn’t match. The missing flavour might be attributed to Richard Wilkes-Hunter, attempting a gothic novel under female guise, Caroline Farr. Or it might feel flat because I turned to modern stories awhile, skewing my perspective of these. I [...]

    2. I got the book because it was a Gothic read. never heard of this authormy book says copyright 1966

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