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The Watchman's Stone
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The Watchman's Stone

By Randall, Rona

New York: Ballantine Books, 1976-07-12. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. edge wear; Elizabeth was a woman apart from all others of the Scottish Highlands - her beauty spoke of delicate heather and dark moors; her intelligence guided her family's weaving mill to success and wealth; and her clairvoyant vision touched the future with prophecy... and the present with danger.Calum was heir to the haunting Castle Faillie, a tract of shrouded moor that seemed to be forever under the spell of the past - of an ancient Latin manuscript, of a forgotten tartan weave, and of the memory of a woman not long dead.

$2.49

Mallory Grange
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Mallory Grange

By Randell, Christine

New York: Paperback Library, 1971. Mass Market Paperback. Good. light spine creasing, edge wear; Paperback Library Gothic #64-701; Laura was seeing the strange house for the first time - it was the sinister mansion from her nightmare!

$9.99

Black Amber
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Black Amber

By Whitney, Phyllis A

New York: Harpercollins, 1991-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Tracy Hubbard arrives in Istanbul to work with artist Miles Radburn. That's her cover, since her real reason for coming is to track down answers to a tragedy that befell her half-sister. Tracy believes no one knows of the "sisters" connection, but begins to wonder if her assumption is correct as she becomes more deeply drawn into a whirlpool of conspiracy and intrigue. In the abandoned ruins of a palace she overhears a heated argument in Turkish. The only word she understands is her own name. She watches a small, unlighted boat pay a nocturnal visit to the dock of the villa's garden. Unknown hands mark a disturbing passage in a book with a string of black amber beads. As a deadly menace swirls around her, there is no one Tracy dares to trust. And when she comes to the realization that she already knows too much -- or perhaps it's that others know too much about her -- she becomes keenly aware that her life is in danger.

$1.00

The Shadows of Castle Fosse
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The Shadows of Castle Fosse

By Tattersall, Jill

New York: Fawcett Crest, 1977-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; When Lady Phoebe dies in a fall from the tower, there are inevitable rumors as to whether she jumped or was pushed. Some years later, her niece Damaris arrives and, cued by a misheard word, digs up all the possibilities while fighting off suitors, contending with a harsh stepmother, and grilling the servants. Finding Phoebe's lover is a snap but her murderer--who is also stalking Damaris--is harder to unearth.

$3.99

The Monk
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The Monk

By Lewis, Matthew; King, Stephen (introduction)

New York: Oxford University Press, 2002-01-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; Set in the sinister monastery of the Capuchins in Madrid, this is a violent tale of ambition, murder, and incest. The struggle between maintaining monastic vows and fulfilling personal ambitions tempts its main character into breaking his vows.

$1.99

Raven in Amber
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Raven in Amber

By Simpson, Patricia

New York: Harpercollins, 1993-07-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear, corner of front cover torn; Camille arrives at the Nakalt Indian Reservation in Washington to visit a friend, not to fall in love. But that's what happens when she discovers her friend is missing and Kit, a handsome Indian descended from tribal leaders, pledges to help her.

$1.95

Listen, Please Listen
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Listen, Please Listen

By Hintze, Naomi A

New York: Bantam Books, 1975. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear;

$1.99

The Late Mrs. Fonsell: A Novel of Suspense
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The Late Mrs. Fonsell: A Novel of Suspense

By Johnston, Velda

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1972. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. edge wear to boards; previous owner's name cut out of ffep, jacket flap synopsis taped to front pastedown; Irene grew up in fear of the Fonsell mansion. For years the young heiress heard the villagers talk of dark deeds performed behind its locke. Forced to marry a man she hates, Irene makes a bargain that places her at the center of all her fears--she must enter the notorious Fonsell mansion, which she has feared since her youth because of the rumors about what once transpired there.

$1.99

Storm Castle
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Storm Castle

By Andersen, Jan

New York: Pyramid, 1967. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. faint spine crease, light edge wear; No one went near the place any more. Especially after the tragedy that made its owner, Ryan Chase, lock himself away from the world. There was a child too, they said. A little girl, kept prisoner. Madness some called it, and they stayed away.Then came, Crista Mallory. Young, terribly pretty, and compelled to that forbidding house. What exactly did she know … or want to know … about Storm Castle and its handsome, brooding master? What strange agreement bound these two together? What made them live together under the same roof … Ryan, a man she had never known … Crista, a woman he could never see…

$9.99

Angel Among Witches
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Angel Among Witches

By Gale, Adela

New York: Magnum, 1969. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Centuries ago, the halls of Froelichsburg Castle had echoed with shriks of torture and moans of bizarre occult rites. Now, hundreds of years later, the ghosts of that hideous past returned to stalk their victims down dark corridors and in subterranean dungeons.When Nurse Joyce Miller came to the snowbound Austrian castle to care for its famous writer-owner, she looked forward to a pleasant stay in a fairytale setting. But all too soon, she discovered the demon-like side of Froelichsburg - a place of brooding evil, where strange dead screts rose to haunt the living, where love turned to fear...and black magic to brutal, bloody murder!

$2.99

Evil Became Them

By Root, Pat

New York: Lancer, 1966. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; "Frightening suspense, excellent characterization, romance aplenty... a brilliant Gothic novel in the best tradition.

$5.00

The Chatelaine
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The Chatelaine

By Lorrimer, Claire

New York: Ballantine Books, 1982-04-12. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Lovely Willow Telford was only seventeen when she married Lord Rowell Rochford and left America to become the chatelaine of Rochford Manor. Her happiness seemed complete when she was handed the keys of the Manor.Gradually disillusion set in as Rowell proved to be cruel, unfaithful and greedy. She didn't know her dowry had saved the Rockford family from destitution or that the estate was ruled by the ruthless Grandmere who would stop at nothing to protect the family's reputation. This French matriarch, obsessed with past events, of which Willow is ignorant, wreaks fearful havoc on Willow's life.

$1.49

Silverhill
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Silverhill

By Whitney, Phyllis A

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1967. Book Club. Hardcover. Good. edge wear to boards, corners bumped; jacket synopsis pasted on the pastedowns; The serene beauty of the English estate, Silverhill, had once been Malinda's mother's home. But those there now threaten Malinda. She had come to find the past, and she must fight to find the truth that will save her sanity and her life.

$1.99

Whisper of Midnight

By Simpson, Patricia

New York: Harpercollins, 1993-08-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 297 pages; spine creases, light edge wear; First a deafening computer surge, then a burst of lasers, then he appears. Is he a hologram or a man? Or is he, as Jamie fears, the ghost of Hazard McAllister, legendary Scots bluebeard, incarnate?

$1.00

Don't Look Now

By Du Maurier, Daphne

Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1971. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 303 pages; spine lean, edge wear, chipping to boards; The title novella of this collection features John and Laura who are on holiday in Venice. But it is a dangerous place for them as they are being followed by two old sisters and there is a killer on the loose.

$1.99

My Path Belated
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My Path Belated

By Ames, Norma

New York: Avon, 1970. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 187 pages; hinge crease, edge wear; She was haunted by a memory of love and a nameless evil she could not defy.

$3.99

Lost Isobel
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Lost Isobel

By Burt, Katherine Newlin

New York: Signet, 1968. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 128 pages; Signet P3697; First printing, Dec. 1968; edge wear, some chips on front cover, pages yellowed. Ripples of fright washed over the face in the mirror. Who was she? Who did he want her to be? Perdita Morrow... or Isobel Farr? Perdita knew of her astonishing resemblance to the mysterious missing Isobel, but only now, hours after her wedding, had she discovered the next uncomfortable coincidence: they had both married the same man; Oliver Whitridge. Was it possible that she was a stand-in for some terrible game of love?

$5.00

The Tulip Tree
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The Tulip Tree

By Rigsby, Howard

New York: Doubleday & Company, 1963. Book Club. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 222 pp; corners lightly bumped, some edge wear, small edge tears to dust jacket. A novel of romantic suspense set in an old Hudson Valley house with a mysterious and violent history.

$1.99

Step Into Darkness
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Step Into Darkness

By Bellis, Naomi

New York: Signet Eclipse, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 314 pp; spine creasing; At the height of the French Revolution, a viscount's daughter enlists the help of a man who turns out to be a perilous threat to her family in this sizzling, brand-new Gothic romance.

$1.00

Heritage of Evil/Who Is Melody?
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Heritage of Evil/Who Is Melody?

By Finn, Joan Lockwood; Drew, Patricia

New York: Belmont Double, 1968. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; HERITAGE OF EVIL: The house was old and falling apart. To Shaw Terrill, who inherited it, it was the ugliest place she'd ever seen. Yet, someone loved that house - loved it enough to kill for it. And Shaw could only wait in terror until the murderer was ready to strike. A TIME OF WATCHING: Slowly Ann became aware that someone listening in on her phone calls, that her mails was being read, that she was being followed wherever she went. And then came the night when she found herself locked in her room. Ann realized then that her existence was a threat to someone at The Chase. And that someone wanted her out of the way - permanently.

$10.99