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Sleeping Bride -Op/054

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Aurora's vanishing was the climax to a series of disturbing incidents that had puzzled her sister, Lydia. And when some degree of explanation was forthcoming, Lydia found it so unsatisfactory that she decided to start her own investigation.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by Severn House Publishers (first published January 1st 1959)
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This book is listed in my journal and does not have a "thumbs down" mark, but it was so unremarkable that I can't remember a thing about it. NOTHING!
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So, so so far... but more of just suspense and not gothic. I will stick to the gothics... not the mystery/suspense novels by Eden.
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Aka Mary Paradise.

Dorothy Eden was born in 1912 in New Zealand and died in 1982. She moved to England in 1954 after taking a trip around the world and falling in love with the country. She was best known for her many mystery and romance books as well as short stories that were published in periodicals. As a novelist, Dorothy Eden was renowned for her ability to create fear and suspense. This earne...more
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