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Jan.04.2008
It’s summer in England, and---with nothing urgent demanding their attention---Ringan and Penny are planning a quiet vacation alone together. Their plans change when Ringan’s niece, fourteen-year-old violin prodigy Becca, is dumped in their care while her parents deal with an emergency abroad....
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Jan.04.2008
Penny inherits the Bellefield, a haunted theatre in one of London's oldest districts. Before she or anyone can be safe within its walls, she must find the truth behind the death of the tormented Frenchwoman who died screaming when another structure stood where the Bellefield stands today.
deborah-grabien's picture
Jan.04.2008
When Penny Wintercraft-Hawkes gets a call from her older brother Stephen, she's delighted to learn that he and his wife Tamsin have returned from Hong Kong, and are finally planning to build their dream house, a reproduction Elizabethan manor, on their London riverside property. Since Penny's...
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Jan.04.2008
When Ringan Laine and his band, Broomfield Hill, are invited to the prestigious Callowen House festival, he accepts. There's one catch: Callowen is haunted, by a very famous ghost. And that ghost, Susanna Leight-Arnold, is the subject of one of England's most famous ballads. After two close...