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  • The Mysteries of Udolpho - Volume 3 by Ann Radcliffeby Ann Radcliffe

    Copyright Group 2014; US$ 4.29

    Ann Radcliffe was born Ann Ward on 9th July 1764 in Holborn, central London to parents William and Ann. For writer who illuminated her times very little is known of her life. Her father was a haberdasher and the family eventually moved to Bath and lived in well to do gentility. Ann married journalist William Radcliffe, an Oxford graduate, the owner... more...

  • The Mysteries of Udolpho - Volume 4 by Ann Radcliffeby Ann Radcliffe

    Copyright Group 2014; US$ 4.29

    Ann Radcliffe was born Ann Ward on 9th July 1764 in Holborn, central London to parents William and Ann. For writer who illuminated her times very little is known of her life. Her father was a haberdasher and the family eventually moved to Bath and lived in well to do gentility. Ann married journalist William Radcliffe, an Oxford graduate, the owner... more...

  • Nightmare Abbeyby Thomas Love Peacock

    Copyright Group 2013; US$ 1.49

    First published in 1818 at a time when the Gothic genre was much in vogue, Nightmare Abbey is a novel by Thomas Love Peacock that displays many Gothic conventions. Peacock?s characters are said to be based on his own friends and on other real people from the literary circles of the time. In addition, the novel is basically a satirical appraisal of... more...

  • Part of Meby A. C. Arthur

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 1.99

    Shadow Shifters: Damaged Hearts -a deeply emotional, unforgettable New Adult paranormal romance series by A.C. Arthur about the men who are sworn to protect the females-human or otherwise-from the savage fury of his own nature... Lidia Morales has always felt out of place. The one stable presence in her childhood has always been Brayden. Every major... more...

  • The Romance of the Forestby Ann Radcliffe

    ReadHowYouWant 2009; US$ 4.99

    The Romance of the Forest (1791) is one of the principal models of historical Gothic romance written by Ann Radcliffe. It is the merger of mystery and suspense based on the assessment of conflict between self-indulgence and ethics. It portrays the story of a girl who is escaping the wrath of her father after declining to commit herself to a nunnery.... more...

  • The Romance of the Forestby Ann Radcliffe

    Copyright Group 2014; US$ 5.99

    Ann Radcliffe was born Ann Ward on 9th July 1764 in Holborn, central London to parents William and Ann. For writer who illuminated her times very little is known of her life. Her father was a haberdasher and the family eventually moved to Bath and lived in well to do gentility. Ann married journalist William Radcliffe, an Oxford graduate, the owner... more...

  • Secrets of Hallstead Houseby Amy M. Reade

    Kensington 2014; US$ 4.99

    "You are not wanted here. Go away from Hallstead Island or you will be very sorry you stayed." Macy Stoddard had hoped to ease the grief of losing her parents in a fiery car crash by accepting a job as a private nurse to the wealthy and widowed Alexandria Hallstead. But her first sight of Hallstead House is of a dark and forbidding home. She quickly... more...

  • A Sicilian Romanceby Ann Radcliffe

    Copyright Group 2014; US$ 4.29

    Ann Radcliffe was born Ann Ward on 9th July 1764 in Holborn, central London to parents William and Ann. For writer who illuminated her times very little is known of her life. Her father was a haberdasher and the family eventually moved to Bath and lived in well to do gentility. Ann married journalist William Radcliffe, an Oxford graduate, the owner... more...

  • Someone in the Houseby Barbara Michaels

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 6.99

    An English Gothic mansion, transported stone by stone to the isolated Pennsylvania hills, Grayhaven Manor calls to Anne and Kevin. Here is the ideal summer retreat?a perfect location from which to write the book they have long planned together. But there are distractions in the halls and shadows of the looming architectural wonder luring them from... more...

  • Veil of Darknessby Gillian White

    Open Road Media 2013; US$ 9.99

    It?s not just writing, it?s witchcraft . . . Kirsty flees her brutally abusive husband, Trevor, to take a job as a maid at the Burleston Hotel in Cornwall. She befriends two other new employees at the Burleston: overweight Avril, whose ego is crushed by her domineering family, and pretty, love-starved Bernadette, recently dumped by her upper-class... more...