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An edition of House above Hollywood (1968)

Miss Mornetts böser Geist

Deutsche Erstveröffentlichung
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This edition was published in by Wilhelm Heyne Verlag

Written in German / Deutsch

156 pages

The Rites of Fear

Weird shadows danced on the walls of the vast, grotesquely ornate living room where Tara Mornette sat motionless on her throne-like chair. Beside her stood her nephew, handsome, coldly arrogant. In the doorway were the two Oriental servants, their faces barely masking icy contempt.

But Carol had eyes only for the man who called himself Malon Thorne. A strange force seemed to come from his body. His words were charged with hypnotic power…

…and despite all reason, against her will, Carol felt herself falling under his uncanny spell, helpless before the iron will of this man who, she knew, meant to do her harm…

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House above Hollywood
1986, G.K. Hall
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House Above Hollywood
May 1983, Dodd Mead
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House above Hollywood
1974, Milton House Books
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Cover of: Miss Mornetts böser Geist
Miss Mornetts böser Geist
1969, Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
Taschenbuch in German / Deutsch - Deutsche Erstveröffentlichung
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House above Hollywood.
1968, Dodd, Mead
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The Rites of Fear

Weird shadows danced on the walls of the vast, grotesquely ornate living room where Tara Mornette sat motionless on her throne-like chair. Beside her stood her nephew, handsome, coldly arrogant. In the doorway were the two Oriental servants, their faces barely masking icy contempt.

But Carol had eyes only for the man who called himself Malon Thorne. A strange force seemed to come from his body. His words were charged with hypnotic power…

…and despite all reason, against her will, Carol felt herself falling under his uncanny spell, helpless before the iron will of this man who, she knew, meant to do her harm…

Miss Mornetts böser Geist

Deutsche Erstveröffentlichung

This edition was published in by Wilhelm Heyne Verlag


Edition Notes

Series
Heyne Romantic Thriller 1834
Translation Of
House above Hollywood
Translated From
English

Contributors

Translator
Susi-Maria Roediger

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Taschenbuch
Number of pages
156

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OL32280514M

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