Eerie Nights in London: Death Is a Red Rose, Listen to Danger, and Night of the Letter [NOOK Book]

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London nights hold terror for three young women in these blood-chilling novels of romantic suspense that brilliantly convey why the Guardian named bestselling author Dorothy Eden “a mistress of the macabre”

A twenty-year-old tragedy looms ominously in Death Is a Red Rose. Cressida Barclay rents a room in a large, decaying London house from an elderly woman whose dead ...
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Eerie Nights in London: Death Is a Red Rose, Listen to Danger, and Night of the Letter

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Overview



London nights hold terror for three young women in these blood-chilling novels of romantic suspense that brilliantly convey why the Guardian named bestselling author Dorothy Eden “a mistress of the macabre”

A twenty-year-old tragedy looms ominously in Death Is a Red Rose. Cressida Barclay rents a room in a large, decaying London house from an elderly woman whose dead daughter was also named Cressida. Does madness walk this house? Or a cold-blooded evil that could take her life, as well?

In Listen to Danger, life brightens up for widowed actress and mother Harriet Lacey when Flynn Palmer, the man who was blinded in the same car crash that took her husband’s life, finds her a flat in his beautiful building. But when Harriet hires a new nanny, her nightmares begin anew.

Brigit Templar Gaye believes a legendary family curse is responsible for the strange accident that causes her to lie helpless in her bed in the old Templar mansion in Night of the Letter. When her husband brings a stranger into the house, the voices start—terrifying, inhuman whispers that no one but Brigit can hear.

Rich in character and atmosphere, these novels will hold you in their unsettling grip long after the last page is turned.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480429758
  • Publisher: Open Road Media
  • Publication date: 7/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 620
  • Sales rank: 362,000
  • File size: 2 MB

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Dorothy Eden (1912–1982) was the internationally acclaimed author of more than forty bestselling gothic, romantic suspense, and historical novels. Born in New Zealand, where she attended school and worked as a legal secretary, she moved to London in 1954 and continued to write prolifically. Eden’s novels are known for their suspenseful, spellbinding plots, finely drawn characters, authentic historical detail, and often a hint of spookiness. Her novel of pioneer life in Australia, The Vines of Yarrabee, spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list. Her gothic historical novels Ravenscroft, Darkwater, and Winterwood are considered by critics and readers alike to be classics of the genre. 
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