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The House Called Edenhythe

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Shadowed and only dimly visible in the thick London mist on the bank of the river Thames, stood the great house called Edenhythe. And from the moment Rachel entered it, she knew fear.

Penniless and haunted by the recent tragedy of her husband's mysterious death, Rachel had nowhere else to turn save her unknown in-laws, the Harwoods.

But cold, handsome Esmond Harwood seemed t
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published October 15th 1970 by Robert Hale Ltd (first published October 1970)
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Aug 04, 2011 Falina rated it it was ok
Respecting the heroine is difficult, because the villain of the story is so incredibly obvious that it's hard to believe she didn't notice anything amiss. Also, if you read gothic romances because you like the dark brooding evil-esque hero, you will find the fairly blah hero of the novel quite a letdown.
Oct 17, 2009 Ana rated it really liked it
Shelves: gothic
I love Gothic Suspense, and this didn't disapoint.
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Nancy Jean Buckingham was born on 10 August 1924 in Bristol, England, UK. In 1949, she married John Sawyer, born on 4 October 1919 in London, England, UK. They formed one of the most popular writting-team marriage. The first books published under her maiden name Nancy Buckingham since 1967, are classical gothic novels. In 1970s, they started to used the pseudonyms: Christina Abbey and Erica Quest. ...more
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