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    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From a New York Times-bestselling author: In nineteenth-century Manhattan, a young woman is hired to care for a child haunted by murder. Having just lost her brother and mother in a tragic accident, dressmaker Megan Kincaid has never...

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    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    A New York designer is reunited with her estranged family in Arizona after her father's murder in this novel of "romantic suspense at its wildest" (Cosmopolitan). Manhattan fashion designer Lindsay Phillips isn't...

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    Fanu, J. Sheridan Le.
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    Family secrets and sinister plots abound in this beautifully atmospheric Victorian gothic thriller from a celebrated Irish author. For Maud Ruthyn, life is lonely in a mansion with no family besides her melancholic father. But when...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From the "Queen of the American gothics": In turn-of-the-century New York, a strange inheritance lures a vulnerable governess into a trap (The New York Times). Camilla King knows little of her family history, having never met...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    A woman investigates the mysterious death of her mother in Santa Fe in this New York Times bestseller by a "master of suspense" (Mary Higgins Clark). Between jobs and relationships, Manhattan illustrator Amanda Austin decides...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From the New York Times-bestselling "master of suspense": A woman's mysterious past is unearthed during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake (Mary Higgins Clark). Sara Bishop was raised in Chicago, but her heart belongs in...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From a New York Times-bestselling author: After the Civil War, a young Confederate bride finds herself living in the shadow of her husband's first love. Having lost her fiance in battle, Lora Blair knew it was the heartache of war...

  • Author:
    Halls, Stacey
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    London, 1754. Six years after leaving her newborn, Clara, at London's Foundling Hospital, young Bess Bright returns to reclaim the illegitimate daughter she has never really known. Dreading the worst, that Clara has died in care,...

  • Author:
    Hogan, Chuck, Toro, Guillermo del
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    Odessa Hardwicke's life is derailed when she is forced to turn her gun on her partner, a decorated FBI agent who suddenly turns inexplicably violent. The shooting, justified by self-defense, shakes the young FBI agent to her core,...

  • Author:
    Brautigan, Richard
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    Eastern Oregon, 1902. Magic Child, a fifteen-year-old Native American girl, wanders into a whorehouse looking for the right men to kill the monster that lives in the ice caves under the basement of Miss Hawkline's yellow house....

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    A man's death in the Smoky Mountains raises the suspicions of his estranged wife in this suspenseful novel by a New York Times-bestselling author. Vietnam veteran David Hallam is in Tennessee working as an arson investigator for an...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    Family secrets are locked away at the intimidating Virginia estate of a prima ballerina in this suspenseful tale from a New York Times-bestselling author. Susan Prentice is a young nurse at a crossroads. She's broken off an...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From a New York Times-bestselling author: In New Orleans, a young woman uncovers a family conspiracy only to find solace in a man with a dangerous past. In nineteenth-century New England, flame-haired Skye Cameron was proud to be named...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    In the Hawaiian Islands, a divorcee is threatened by a dangerous deception from her past, in this novel from "a superb and gifted storyteller"(Mary Higgins Clark). Hawaiian-born Caroline Kirby was only six years old when her...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    A retreat to Greece becomes a dangerous trap for a grieving and haunted widow in this novel from "a superb and gifted storyteller" (Mary Higgins Clark). Ever since Dorcas Brandt's husband, Gino Nikkaris, died in a plane...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From a New York Times-bestselling author: In nineteenth-century New England, a desperate young woman's only refuge becomes an inescapable trap. It was fitting that Miranda Heath's first glimpse of the forbidding home at...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    A millionaire's Florida estate becomes a sinister trap for his bride in this classic gothic romance from "a superb and gifted storyteller" (Mary Higgins Clark). On the Florida coastline stands Poinciana, the Logan family's fabulous...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    From a New York Times-bestselling author: An island off the Georgia coast holds the memory of a broken heart and the secrets of a woman's past. It's been years since Lacey Ames last saw Hampton Island, where she grew up amid the sandy...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    An American psychologist accepts an invitation to her estranged husband's isolated English estate in this suspenseful tale by an Edgar Award-winning author. When Eve North returns to Athmore after three years' estrangement...

  • Author:
    Whitney, Phyllis A.
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    On the California coast, a physical therapist unlocks a young boy's terrible secrets, in this novel from "the Grand Master of her craft" (Barbara Michaels). In search of solitude in the wake of her son's tragic death...

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