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A Dangerous Place: A Maisie Dobbs Novel (Maisie Dobbs Mysteries Series Book by Jacqueline Winspear

The Moon-Spinners by Mary Stewart, Lady Stewart. This is always one of my favorites when I am feeling under the weather.

Reading Pathways: MARY STEWART

The Moon-Spinners - Mary Stewart The first amazing Mary Stewart book I ever read. And then I read all the rest.

ohhh Fog Island By Marilyn Ross. I got this book at a free book stand coming out of the East Islip bank when I was 7... needless to say I read it many times! Love Gothic Fiction! Mine had the same cover :)

ohhh Fog Island By Marilyn Ross. I got this book at a free book stand coming out of the East Islip bank when I was needless to say I read it many times!

The newest romance in the charming Kilts and Quilts series from Patience Griffin, author of Meet Me in Scotland.Christmas in the small village of Gandiegow brings holiday cheer—and a chance for...

The newest romance in the charming Kilts and Quilts series from Patience Griffin, author of Meet Me in Scotland.Christmas in the small village of Gandiegow brings holiday cheer—and a chance for.

Phyllis Whitney was one of her favorite authors. I loved those books, too.

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All Phyllis Whitney books...thanks to Patti for getting me to read books in 9th grade!  Love gothic romances.

All Phyllis Whitney books.thanks to Patti for getting me to read books in grade!

New Hampshire: Horns by Joe Hill

50 Books, 50 States: A Literary Map of America

Horns by Joe Hill: This is a fantastic novel by the talented son of Stephen King. Part horror novel, part comedy, and part tragic romance, it never fails to entertain.

The Red Carnelian ** by Phyllis A. Whitney

My guilty pleasure - Gothic Romantic Suspense novels. This is one of my favorites.

A Matter of Mercy - Review, tour and a giveaway! (US/Canada). Ends 1/23/15.

Ohio author Lynne Hugo spends as much time on the Outer Cape as possible and her new novel, “A Matter of Mercy,” was inspired by her love of that special place and her very good friend, Barbara Austin, a long time Wellfleet aquaculturist.

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