Cellars of the Dead
Book 2 of The Stewarts of StormhavenAnn Stewart has been swept off her feet and plunged into marriage with young Dr. Ian Stewart. Despite the warnings of others about Ian's mysterious ways and violent temper, she was blinded by his virile good looks, his unyielding strength of purpose, and his dazzling sharpness of intellect. Only when Ann moved into the great stone mansion high above the city of Edinburgh did she begin to glimpse the dark side of this man. What strange rites did he perform in the cellars that Ann was forbidden to enter? Marilyn Ross is one popular pseudonym for the prolific author W. E. D. Ross. Possibly best known for Gothic novels including The Stewarts of Stormhaven and novelizations of the TV series Dark Shadows, Ross also wrote romance, historicals, nurse and horror novels. Many of the books are set in New England, particularly coastal Maine.
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