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1 y separately published work icon Signet Book Signet/New American Library , 6736051 series - publisher novel
12 y separately published work icon Catch Me a Phoenix! Carter Brown , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , Z801421 1965 single work novel
— Appears in: Catch Me A Phoenix [and] Nymph To The Slaughter 1979; (p. 1-125)
1 y separately published work icon Neanderthals : Isaac Asimov's Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction Robert Silverberg (editor), Martin H. Greenberg (editor), Charles G. Waugh (editor), New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1987 Z1848683 1987 anthology short story science fiction
2 y separately published work icon Heiress of Fear Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1075119 1978 single work novel romance horror mystery

'One moment she was Bernadette Tyson, a beautiful eighteen-year-old orphan raised by the nuns of St. Brigid's Convent. The next moment handsome young lawyer Robert Douglas was telling her she might be Bernadette MacDonald, the granddaughter of a wealthy Canadian mine owner.

'Before long, Bernadette found herself at her grandfather's home meeting her new family. But evil fortune seemed to pursue Bernadette at the isolated mansion. First there was the open hostility with which her newfound cousins greeted her.

'Then there was the eerie night visitor, beckoning Bernadette to some unknown destiny. And when a bizarre series of "accidents" nearly claimed her life, Bernadette realized that her new happiness could end in a tragedy from which neither Robert nor her grandfather might be able to protect her... '

Source: Front cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon House of Valhalla Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1075115 1978 single work novel romance horror mystery

'In an isolated mansion, a lovely young woman faces a terrifying encounter with evil ...'

Source: Front-cover blurb.

2 y separately published work icon So Near and Yet Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1075084 1968 single work novel romance horror mystery
2 y separately published work icon Heiress To Corsair Keep Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1075052 1978 single work novel romance horror mystery historical fiction

'Beautiful young Elizabeth Lagrange could almost feel the fiery heat as she gazed at the burned-out North Wing of majestic Corsair Keep, the home she had unexpectedly inherited from a mother she couldn't remember. For Elizabeth had been left on an orphanage doorstep at the age of three, and until the day Sir Raymond Hartshill came into her life her only memory of the past was of the terrible fire that had nearly claimed her life.

'Sir Raymond opened a whole new world to Elizabeth when he brought her back to Corsair Island to claim the lands which had once been owned by his family but now belonged to her. For in this tropical paradise she would find unexpected romance and face the peril of an ancient evil that had marked her for doom... '

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2 y separately published work icon Sinister House Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1075036 1978 single work novel romance horror mystery

'When handsome Paul Acton asked her to marry him, it was the happiest day in Samantha Walton's life. Yet Samantha couldn't know that her love for Paul would soon lead her along a mazelike road of evil deceit to Finisterre -- the prisonlike mansion now owned by the Actons but once a home for the hopelessly insane.

'Samantha didn't want to be separated from Paul at all, but when he received an excellent job offer, his mother asked Samantha to come to Finisterre. There she wouldn't be as far from Paul and at the same time could help the family by putting their collection of rare books in order. And so Samantha entered the Acton mansion, little realizing that once she passed between its high, forbidding gates she might never leave again... '

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Granite Folly Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1074900 1967 single work novel romance horror mystery

'A headstrong heiress inherits a pirate ancestor's estate and a legacy of plunder and death.'

Source:: Front-cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Witch's Hammer Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1074796 1967 single work novel romance horror historical fiction

'Her first big chance. An assignment any woman would envy: 21-year-old Samantha Crawford is sent to Maine to interview Peter Castellano for 'Secrets' magazine. And moreover, the Valentino of the stage has specifically requested that she write his biography.

'Accompanied by her rakish photographer, Samantha dashes headlong into disaster in a Kremlin-style fortress high above the Atlantic Ocean. She encounters a devastating, ageless man, born to Russian nobility and raised on this estate, steadfastly dedicated to Old World tradition. And she is drawn into the intrigue of Castellano's passionate and beautiful daughter -- a daughter whose love for her father is a threat to every woman who enter the gates of WITCH'S HAMMER. '

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2 y separately published work icon Web of Horror Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1978 Z1074723 1966 single work novel romance horror mystery historical fiction

'Lisa was the lovely and innocent victim of circumstance, trapped and horribly entangled.'

Source: Front-cover blurb.

2 y separately published work icon Ravensnest Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1977 Z1075318 1977 single work novel romance horror mystery

'She thought the curse was just a legend .. until it threatened to claim her life ...!'

Source: Front-cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon House of Treachery Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1977 Z1075305 1977 single work novel romance horror mystery

'Terror dwelt in the shadows of the old mansion–terror and a darkness that might claim her for its own ...'

Source: Front-cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon The Secret of the Chateau Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1977 Z1075178 1967 single work novel romance horror mystery

'She was a ravishing decoy, lured by a madman to a castle dedicated to vultures, devoted to death.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon The House of Lansdown Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1977 Z1074950 1977 single work novel romance horror mystery

'A sinister stranger sought her life in the home of the man she loved ...'

Source: Front-cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Mansion of Menace Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1976 Z1075300 1976 single work novel romance horror mystery

'An art scholarship leads a lovely young student to romance and terror on a remote Caribbean island ...'

Source: Front cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Chateau of Wolves Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1976 Z1075297 1976 single work novel romance horror mystery

'A Hint of Terror... was not enough to keep lovely, orphaned Denise Leclerc from visiting the chateau that was the home of her only surviving relatives. Left totally alone by the death of her aunt, and then discovering that she was both an heiress and a member of a distinguished Canadian family, nothing her lawyer said could deter her from seeking out her newfound uncles. Even the letter left by her aunt, with its mysterious warning of the danger that awaited her at the chateau, could not persuade Denise to change her plans. Yet if her lawyer could not convince her to remain in Boston, he could at least provide her with some protection in the person of his nephew, Robert Gordon, the handsome young man who in their one brief meeting had made a deep impression on Denise's heart.

'But the chateau held sinister surprises for the young heiress. And from the moment she knocked upon its massive door, Denise committed herself to a nightmare of terror, becoming the captive in a deadly game of deceit from which even Robert Gordon might not be able to rescue her... '

Source: Front cover blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Brecon Castle Caroline Farr , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1976 Z1075292 1976 single work novel romance horror mystery

'The villagers whispered of evil doings at the castle, but she would not listen until it was too late ...'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

7 y separately published work icon Murder is the Message Carter Brown , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1976 Z801720 1969 single work novel
8 y separately published work icon The Hang-Up Kid Carter Brown , New York (City) : Signet/New American Library , 1976 Z1308473 1970 single work novel
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