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The Master of Seacliff

Original edition 2007
The Master of Seacliff
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Seacliff is a dark and brooding mansion enshrouded in near-eternal fog, dark mystery and suspicion - perhaps a reflection of the house's master. An imposing Blackbeard of a man, Duncan Stewart is both feared and admired by his business associates as well as the people he calls friends. And his home, in which young tutor and aspiring artists Andrew Wyndham must now reside, holds terrible secrets - secrets that could destroy everyone within its walls. For pure gothic escapism with a decidedly masculine point of view, "The Master of Seacliff" is an enthralling and satisfying read.
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Seacliff is a dark and brooding mansion enshrouded in near-eternal fog, dark mystery and suspicion - perhaps a reflection of the house's master. An imposing Blackbeard of a man, Duncan Stewart is both feared and admired by his business associates as well as the people he calls friends. And his home, in which young tutor and aspiring artists Andrew Wyndham must now reside, holds terrible secrets - secrets that could destroy everyone within its walls. For pure gothic escapism with a decidedly masculine point of view, "The Master of Seacliff" is an enthralling and satisfying read.

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Sep.20.2007

"A big, daring, manic-depressive stew of book that noisily announces the debut of a talented — yes, staggeringly talented new writer."

Oct.03.2007

Vida has written a novel about a young woman's self-discovery, all right. But it works because it sticks to the basics: there's a beginning, an end and not a whole lot of fooling around in between. The book...