Death in the castle: a novel

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John Day Co., 1965 - Fiction - 248 pages
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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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User Review  - Lindsey Robert - Goodreads

It's a light read with an enjoyable tone. It isn't a very thought-provoking novel, having an abrupt ending and some cliché situations. However, I enjoyed the characters and their witty dialogues, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Deanna Anderson - Goodreads

Struggled to get through this book, started off pretty decent but then the writing style changed and became more confusing and really kind of idiotic. Read it just to get to the end to see if I was ... Read full review


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