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Two faces of fear

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This edition was published in by Magnum in New York, N.Y.

Written in English

207 pages

Blood in the night...

Seacliff House was ancient, a crumbling ruin threatening to fall into the sea. The locals avoided it, claiming that at best it was a house of evil and at worst--they shun: red, 2nd quickly changed the subject. But Mary James could not change her mind so readily. She had accepted the job as nurse to Gerald Winchley in a desperate attempt to escape from London and she could not let the fears of superstitious natives drive her back to the city. Then the first murder was committed, and the blood ran free in the night. Was it a harbinger of things to come--or was it intended as a special warning to Mary? For the murderer--or murderers--would not be content to stop now . . . and Mary seemed marked to be their next victim!

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Two faces of fear

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Blood in the night...

Seacliff House was ancient, a crumbling ruin threatening to fall into the sea. The locals avoided it, claiming that at best it was a house of evil and at worst--they shun: red, 2nd quickly changed the subject. But Mary James could not change her mind so readily. She had accepted the job as nurse to Gerald Winchley in a desperate attempt to escape from London and she could not let the fears of superstitious natives drive her back to the city. Then the first murder was committed, and the blood ran free in the night. Was it a harbinger of things to come--or was it intended as a special warning to Mary? For the murderer--or murderers--would not be content to stop now . . . and Mary seemed marked to be their next victim!

Two faces of fear

This edition was published in by Magnum in New York, N.Y.


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Blood in the night...

Seacliff House was ancient, a crumbling ruin threatening to fall into the sea. The locals avoided it, claiming that at best it was a house of evil and at worst--they shun: red, 2nd quickly changed the subject. But Mary James could not change her mind so readily. She had accepted the job as nurse to Gerald Winchley in a desperate attempt to escape from London and she could not let the fears of superstitious natives drive her back to the city. Then the first murder was committed, and the blood ran free in the night. Was it a harbinger of things to come--or was it intended as a special warning to Mary? For the murderer--or murderers--would not be content to stop now . . . and Mary seemed marked to be their next victim!

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207 p. ;
Number of pages
207

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OL24399196M
Internet Archive
twofacesoffear00well
OCLC/WorldCat
10208996

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