The Lost Heiress of Hawkscliff
The author of White Roses Of Brambledene offers a chilling new novel of romantic suspense. When Kaherine Mackenzie is invited to the bizarre Islamic mansion, high on the hills overlooking the Hudson River, she finds romance and danger in its brooding shadows.
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