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Patricia Power
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Everything seemed to have fallen right--her twin's marriage, the move to Montreal, the warm invitation from the woman who had been her mother's greatest friend, the house itself with its air of wealth and tranquility.

There was only one stipulation: the nightly curfew of eleven--no later. Daphne could not understand why a woman so protected by wealth and servants should be
Hardcover, 181 pages
Published 1972 by Doubleday & Company, Inc.
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Power, Patricia – 1st book
Daphne Wilder accepts her godmother’s invitation to come to her beautiful Montreal home as a temporary live-in companion. Daphne learns two previous companions died under mysterious and horrible circumstances and Daphne, herself, becomes the target of several near-miss incidents.

This was a DorothyL recommendation. While not Mary Stewart, I found this a well-crafted, very enjoyable gothic suspense. I’ve already found her second book.
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