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Fresh out of business college, 22-year-old Winifred Harper arrives at Artemis Gardens, a large, mysterious, and possibly haunted estate in the Berkshires. There, she will begin her new job as personal assistant to wealthy Sabine Amaranthos, who has recently inherited the estate. Though she expects to find a middle-aged or even elderly woman, Winifred is pleasantly surprised to find that Sabine is only in her thirties and is quite warm and personable. Also living at the estate are Sabine’s sister and brother, who ...
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Artemis Gardens

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Overview

Fresh out of business college, 22-year-old Winifred Harper arrives at Artemis Gardens, a large, mysterious, and possibly haunted estate in the Berkshires. There, she will begin her new job as personal assistant to wealthy Sabine Amaranthos, who has recently inherited the estate. Though she expects to find a middle-aged or even elderly woman, Winifred is pleasantly surprised to find that Sabine is only in her thirties and is quite warm and personable. Also living at the estate are Sabine’s sister and brother, who appear to be about Winifred’s age. Since Winifred is not close to her own family, she is thrilled when the Amaranthos siblings welcome her as one of their own, and Sabine even seems receptive to indulging a deeper attraction.

All too soon, however, mysterious events begin to plague the estate and threaten Winifred in particular. She even hears strange rumors of bizarre rituals, eternal youth, and human sacrifice in the back garden presided over by the magnificent statue of Artemis, rumored to be thousands of years old and brought from Greece by Sabine’s ancestors. Winifred soon learns that the recent death of Sabine’s grandfather at the feet of the statue might not have been an accident after all. Though Sabine tries to tell her that she is simply being irrational, Winifred can’t help feeling that she may be destined to die next.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148860624
  • Publisher: Dark Hollows Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/2/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 607 KB

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