The Barclay place
After three years in Europe, Maggie Barclay had come home to the house where her parents had died of a freak accident, only to be faced with a vicious campaign to scare her away from the small Connecticut village. Was the culprit the handsome neighbor who was an invalid or the curiously helpful, well-educated Dale Curtis--a stranger in the village?
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