Evil of Dark Harbor

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Five Star, Jun 1, 2001 - Fiction - 228 pages
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Arriving to take her place as governess for a wealthy family, Sabrina was filled with excitement. But from the moment she entered the dark corridors of the mansion, terrifying and mysterious events began to unfold. She was unaware of the sinister curse a vengeful monk had placed on her new employers. Then the ghost of the diabolical monk appeared on a shadowy landing as she looked on in terror . . . she was disturbed at night by a midnight caller who lured her to danger . . . and a rowboat sank, nearly killing the little girl in Sabrina's care. As suspicion and accusations hovered over Sabrina, she began a battle to not only clear her name and reputation, and to save the children in her care, she also had to battle to save her own life.

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William Edward Daniel Ross, W. E. Daniel "Dan" Ross (born 1912) is a bestselling Canadian novelist from Saint John, New Brunswick, who wrote more than 300 books in a variety of genres and under a variety of mostly female pseudonyms such as Laura Frances Brooks, Lydia Colby, Rose Dana, Jan Daniels, Ross Olin, Diane Randall, Clarissa Ross, Leslie Ames, Ruth Dorset, Ann Gilmer, Jane Rossiter, Dan Ross, Dana Ross, Marilyn Ross, Dan Roberts, and W.E.D. Ross. As Marilyn Ross, he wrote popular Gothic fiction including a series of novels about the vampire Barnabas Collins based on the American TV series Dark Shadows (1966-71).

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