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Property of a Lady

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"An inventively plotted, goose-bumps inducing ghost story" (Booklist).

A house with a sinister past—and a grisly power . . .

When Michael Flint is asked by American friends to look over an old Shropshire house they have unexpectedly inherited, he is reluctant to leave the quiet of his Oxford study. But when he sees Charect House, its uncanny echoes from the past fascinate him—even though it has such a sinister reputation that no one has lived there for almost a century. But it's not until Michael meets the young widow, Nell West, that the menace within the house wakes . . .

"Rayne spins eerie yarns within yarns like a latter-day Isak Dinesen or Wilkie Collins." —Kirkus Reviews

"A chilling mystery from another era. . . . Once again Rayne delivers." —Booklist


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Publisher: Severn House Publishers

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  • ISBN: 9781780100661
  • Release date: November 1, 2011

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  • ISBN: 9781780100661
  • File size: 348 KB
  • Release date: November 1, 2011

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"An inventively plotted, goose-bumps inducing ghost story" (Booklist).

A house with a sinister past—and a grisly power . . .

When Michael Flint is asked by American friends to look over an old Shropshire house they have unexpectedly inherited, he is reluctant to leave the quiet of his Oxford study. But when he sees Charect House, its uncanny echoes from the past fascinate him—even though it has such a sinister reputation that no one has lived there for almost a century. But it's not until Michael meets the young widow, Nell West, that the menace within the house wakes . . .

"Rayne spins eerie yarns within yarns like a latter-day Isak Dinesen or Wilkie Collins." —Kirkus Reviews

"A chilling mystery from another era. . . . Once again Rayne delivers." —Booklist


Expand title description text