Ghosts of a Lighthouse in Autumn [NOOK Book]

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Novella (25k words) Psychological horror / suspense / ghost story – Return to Halcyon Beach where sixty years ago a notorious murder/suicide took place in the lighthouse. Artist Fleur Laighton moved to Halcyon Beach because it was a favorite vacation spot of her late father's and because her friend Darby finds a winter rental for her. Hanging out at the Snuggle Inn's Pub, Fleur is fascinated by the Geezers' tales of the ill-fated romance between Cicely Walcott and the lighthouse-keeper - a romance that lead to ...
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Ghosts of a Lighthouse in Autumn

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Overview

Novella (25k words) Psychological horror / suspense / ghost story – Return to Halcyon Beach where sixty years ago a notorious murder/suicide took place in the lighthouse. Artist Fleur Laighton moved to Halcyon Beach because it was a favorite vacation spot of her late father's and because her friend Darby finds a winter rental for her. Hanging out at the Snuggle Inn's Pub, Fleur is fascinated by the Geezers' tales of the ill-fated romance between Cicely Walcott and the lighthouse-keeper - a romance that lead to their tragic ends. She also meets the lover of her dreams, handsome, sexy Mitch St. Pierre. But now there is a strange woman showing up in her paintings – and in person when her lover is around. (Volume Two in the Halcyon Beach Chronicles. Volume One is "Ghosts of a Beach Town in Winter".)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015488449
  • Publisher: Parlez-Moi Press
  • Publication date: 10/14/2012
  • Series: Halcyon Beach Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 253,725
  • File size: 247 KB

Meet the Author

Kathleen Valentine was born and grew up in the Allegheny highlands of Pennsylvania. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in The Arts and worked for over twenty years in the art/marketing departments of high-tech corporations. Since 2003 she has run her own design business, Valentine-Design.com. She is the author of "Fry Bacon. Add Onions", a cookbook/memoir of growing up Pennsylvania Dutch, as well as 3 novels, several novelettes and short story collections, and knitting instruction books. Her blog at KathleenValentine.com has been read by thousands of readers since its beginning in July 2005.

She currently lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts, America's oldest seaport, and is writing every day.
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