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The Braganza Pursuit

By Neilan, Sarah

London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1976 A well written period story of romance, danger and suspense with a exceptionally intrepid heroine. "Convincingly set in the quiet Durham countryside, the formal strangeness of the Portuguese Minister's London Residence, and culminating in the wild romantic beauty of 19th. century Brazil" Donor inscription on ffep, else fine. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped.

$27.50

Daughter of Isis

By Grey, Belinda

London: Mills & Boon, 1981 Novel of romantic suspense set in a 19thC. archaeological dig in Egypt. Tight neat copy but the paper is age toned and with a slight stain on preliminary pages , ffep missing, library stamp on rear endpaper.189p. . 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Very Good. Ex-Library.

$21.00

Pompeii Splendor [The Pompeii Scroll]

By La Tourrette, Jacqueline

New York: Dell, 1977 Previously issued 1975 in hardcover by Delacorte as "The Pompeii Scroll". 1st Pbk Ed... Pbk.. Very Good.

$5.00

Red Sky At Night

By Hodge, Jane Aiken

London: Coronet, 1980 Pbk. Very Good.

$8.00

The Wicked Guardian

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Dell, 1979 Reissue.. Pbk. Very Good.

$15.00

Dark Moon, Lost Lady

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Zebra, 1986 Re-issue.. Pbk. Very Good.

$10.00

The Curse of Carranca

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Lancer Books, 1966 Vintage romance story set in Portugal. "Persis Bradbury could hardly believe she had been wooed and wed by Lisbon's most eligible widower, Dom Sebastaio! But then she learned of the family curse that could only be broken by a blue-eyed, foreign witch, and Persis was caught in a maelstrom of greed and malice that could cost her life!" Cover a little scuffed, but text clean and complete. 1st Pbk Ed... Pbk. Good>Very Good.

$16.00

The Drifting Sands

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Zebra, 1986 Fran Kennett could barely wait to see her husband John again after their long separation. John's job as a mining engineer took him away from home for months at a time, and Fran's love for him seemed to intensify with each passing day. Finally she would once again be in his arms, warmly safe in his embrace. . . But when their reunion is a big disappointment, Fran is afraid and confused. John seemed changed somehow, and to make matters even worse he was obsessed with another man's wife. Fran knew that he was hiding something from her - she had to uncover what it is before it was too late!. Pbk. Very Good.

$10.00

Sinister Abbey

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Dell, 1973 1st Pbk Ed... Pbk. Good - Very Good.

$6.00

Sinister Abbey

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Lancer Books, 1967 Paper cover has some scuffing, stamp of previous bookstore on ffep. but text clean and complete. 1st Pbk Ed... Pbk. Good.

$5.00

The Wicked Guardian

By Lee, Elsie

New York: Dell, 1973 1st Pbk Ed... Pbk. Very Good.

$15.00

Airs Above the Ground

By Stewart,Mary

New York: M.S.Mill /William Morrow, 1965 Mystery around the Lippizzaner horses of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna. BCE.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good with slight chips & Tear.

$17.50

The Mask of Alexander

By Albrand, Martha

New York: Pyramid Books, 1965 Vintage story of espionage and romantic suspense set in Paris and Venice [First published 1955}. Re-issue.. Pbk.. Good.

$8.00

The Lighthearted Quest

By Bridge,Ann (Mary Dolling Sanders, Lady O'Malley)

London: Reader's Union., 1964 When Julia undertook to find her cousin, Colin Munro, last heard of sailing a yacht off the north coast of Africa, the quest seemed lighthearted enough. But, before she had finished, she was involved with Moorish antique dealers, a Belgian woman archaeologist, Purcell, the enigmatic barkeeper, and American airman, the saurian Mr. St. John, and numerous other characters charming or sinister. Julia"s search takes her a cargo-boart to Casablanca, and thence to Tangier, Fez and Marrakech. Her "dumb-blonde" beauty, camouflaging a lively intelligence, gets her through unexpected difficulties and dangers. Colin is found, and the mysterious reason for his disappearance at last revealed.The first in a series of eight Julia Probyn novels, The Lighthearted Quest displays a blend of humour and adventure which transports us to exotic places and introduces us to entertaining people, but also throws a good deal of light on the explosive political issues that French Morocco encountered in the 50s. Book Club (BCE/BOMC).. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good with slight chips & Tear.

$10.00

The Marble Virgins

By King, Stephanie

New York: Beagle Books, 1974 "With her husbands's tragic death in Greece, Randall decided to retrieve all that he had to show for his two-year stay : an explosive biography of the wealthy and mysterious Klonaris family, and a fabulous emerald necklace known as "The Eyes of the Goddess". Pbk.. Very Good.

$8.00

The Ivy Tree
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The Ivy Tree

By Stewart,Mary

London: Hodder, 1964 Romance and suspense and mistaken idenity in Northumberland. Well written & plotted. Nice clean vintage copy. Name of previus owner on ffep. Pbk. Very Good.

$4.00

A Castle in Canada

By Farr, Caroline

Toronto: Signet, 1972 Gothic romance sete in Quebec. Neat, tight copy. First Pbk.Ed... Pbk. Very Good.

$5.00

Double Jeopardy
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Double Jeopardy

By Hastings, Brooke

New Yoek: Silhouette, 1986 " Ellie Landau couldn't pass up the invitation to a murder mystery weekend. It was the work harder to pass up fellow player Jed Thorpe. Only Jed was the " killer, " and Ellie wound up fighting for life. Back in the real world, Elie was the management consultant for Cludds haberdashers, a simple enough job until she realizes that something was terribly wrong there-and that Jed was intimately involved. Then someone tried to kill are for real. Ellie was in double jeopardy. What she falling in love with one man who could save her life-or end it?. Pbk. Very Good.

$5.00

Window on the Square

By Whitney,Phyllis

New York: Fawcett Crest, 1962 A tale of romantic suspense " Could Megan believe the boy? Or was Jeremy Reid really what everyone said - a cold-blooded little killer? Somewhere in the huge, gloomy Reid mansion was the key to the truth, and Megan knew she had to find it. What she did not know was that the key would also unlock a secret too deadly for her to learn and live.". First Pbk.Ed... Pbk. Very Good.

$7.50

The Sea King's Daughter

By Michaels, Barbara

London: Pan, 1978 Suspense novel about archeaology on the island of Santorini. Reprint. Pbk.. Very Good.

$6.00

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