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The Woman in White is credited with being the first of the sensation novels, and one of the finest examples of the genre. A young woman's husband defrauds her of her fortune, her identity and eventually her sanity. She is saved by her sister and a loyal man who loves her, and her two rescuers attempt to expose her husband. They meet a woman dressed all in white whose fate seems curiously intertwined with that of the young woman. In the tradition...
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Lisette Moore agreed to tutor a talented but troubled musician at Severon. Instead of a child, she found Damon Severon, a darkly brooding man whose wife had been killed in an accident. Though drawn to a man who could no longer play his violin, Lisette was disturbed by ghostly warnings and haunting music. And then Damon disappeared... Gothic Romance by Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson; originally published by Zebra
Ghosts don't exist in our world of today. Life is too pragmatic, too consuming, too busy for past lives to linger on longer than their allotted time, or so Halcyon had believed, until she received a letter from a lawyer claiming that her mother, whom she had thought long dead, had actually been living in another part of the country since Halcyon's early childhood. She had only recently passed away, leaving Halcyon heir to an unexpected fortune...