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If Shadow Lake wasn't haunted, it should have been. When Emma Thatcher turns the key to the south wing of the old home she's lived in for years, she unwittingly unlocks the door to a nightmare. In the same gothic tradition made popular by Barbara Michaels, our heroine battles supernatural forces surrounded by a bevy of amusing and eccentric friends and family, plus a pair of Siamese cats determined to protect their mistress. Despite all this, romance flourishes as two young men vie for the heart of her newly ...
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If Shadow Lake wasn't haunted, it should have been. When Emma Thatcher turns the key to the south wing of the old home she's lived in for years, she unwittingly unlocks the door to a nightmare. In the same gothic tradition made popular by Barbara Michaels, our heroine battles supernatural forces surrounded by a bevy of amusing and eccentric friends and family, plus a pair of Siamese cats determined to protect their mistress. Despite all this, romance flourishes as two young men vie for the heart of her newly divorced niece, while Jessie, cook and housekeeper, dishes out pith wisdom along with the best coconut cake in Florida.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780979278051
  • Publisher: High-Pitched Hum Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/28/2007
  • Pages: 235
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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