Death in the castle: a novel

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John Day Co., 1965 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Sir Richard and Lady Mary need to sell their family estate, a thousand year old castle. John Blayne, an American, wishes to buy the castle, take it apart piece by piece and make it into a museum in Connecticut. The castle harbors spirits of past ages, and guilty secrets of centuries past.

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User Review  - Lindsey Robert - Goodreads

It's a light read with an enjoyable tone. It isn't a very thought-provoking novel, having an abrupt ending and some cliché situations. However, I enjoyed the characters and their witty dialogues, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Teresa - Goodreads

Easy, interesting read. Forgot that I was reading a book written some time ago. Enjoyed the ghost story spin that had a surprise ending, not what I suspected. A short book read quickly. Read full review


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