Amethyst Dreams

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Fawcett Crest, 1998 - Fiction - 289 pages
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Shining with intrigue, allure, and passionate suspense, Amethyst Dreams is Phyllis Whitney at her most spectacular--a story bejeweled with hypnotic prose and spellbinding secrets. . . .

Seeking shelter from her own broken dreams, Hallie Knight answers a cryptic plea for help from Nicholas Trench, the grandfather of her dearest friend. Susan mysteriously disappeared from home one night off North Carolina's historical Topsail Island--and Hallie is Nick's last hope of finding her.

But surrounding Nick is a family as headstrong as they are suspicious--for at the heart of the matter is a vast inheritance. And as Hallie is lured deeper into a mystery nestled in a quagmire of bitterness, dark betrayal, and subtle menace, she becomes certain of one thing: this sunny, seaside paradise harbors dangerous and profoundly shattering secrets. . . .
 

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User Review  - gpangel - LibraryThing

If my research is correct, this is the last book published by Phyllis A Whitney. Published in 1997, the Gothic Romance style of writing was long dead. This one could be placed in the romantic suspense ... Read full review

Amethyst dreams

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The best-selling author of romantic suspense has a magical way with words, whether with a book's title, location, or colorful blend of character names. In her newest work, a missing granddaughter ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
18
Section 3
37
Section 4
201
Section 5
291
Section 6
292
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About the author (1998)

In addition to being named Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America, Phyllis A. Whitney has received the Agatha Award from Malice Domestic. Both awards are for lifetime achievement. She has been published in thirty foreign countries. Her most recent novels include Star Flight, The Ebony Swan, Woman Without a Past, and Daughter of the Stars. Phyllis A. Whitney lives in Nelson County, Virginia.

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