The Precious Pearls of Cabot Hall

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, May 1, 1992 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Peggy Darty's latest endeavor promises to keep up her tradition of chilling stories of romantic suspense that make her so popular in the genre. Kathleen O'Malley takes a job as a writer's assistant to a famous, but reclusive, novelist and discovers a plot in the mysterious old house far stranger than fiction.

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Contents

Section 1
70
Section 2
73
Section 3
123
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About the author (1992)

Peggy Darty is the award-winning author of twenty-seven books, including two other cozy mysteries set in Summer Breeze, Florida: "When the Sandpiper Calls "and "When Bobbie Sang the Blues." She has worked in film, researched for CBS, and led writing workshops around the country. Darty and her husband call Alabama home but spend a great deal of time in Colorado, Montana, and on Florida's Emerald Coast.

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