Death in the castle: a novel
Sir Richard and Lady Mary need to sell their family estate, a thousand year old castle. John Blayne, an American, wishes to buy the castle, take it apart piece by piece and make it into a museum in Connecticut. The castle harbors spirits of past ages, and guilty secrets of centuries past.
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