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Read & Download Castle Terror Ù PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É In order to get away from the married doctor she had fallen in love with Susan Moore took a job as a private psychiatric nurse on Sanctuary Island at Duncarlie Castle The castle had been brought over stone by stone from Scotland and people said it wasn't haunted But if tWay over the castle and its inhabitants And Sanctuary Island was a sanctuary only for the birds who lived there watched over by the enigmatic Park Ranger Ross Hunter. I admit to a secret fondness for MZB's Gothic novels she wrote three of them back in the 1960s They aren't great literature but they're fun The really nice thing about this new edition however is that it's in Large Print It's so nice to be able to read a book without getting either eyestrain or a headache

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E The castle had been brought over stone by stone from Scotland and people said it wasn't haunted But if there were no ghosts there were tragedies which still held s. Although published in 1994 Marion wrote this book in 1965 which goes a long way in my forgiveness of a character attitude I have started to REALLY dislike in books When I read the following uote on page 32 He was I decided uite the rudest and most arrogant man I'd ever known I knew that before the book was done she would be in love with him Sure enough on page 150 our leading female is asking herself Was I falling in love with Brant Unlike some books I have read this woman gets the benefit of the reader having seen interactions between the characters which could legitimately lead to such a change of heart and she never actually pulls the 'falls into his arms' nonsense that ruins many a strong female lead

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Castle TerrorIn order to get away from the married doctor she had fallen in love with Susan Moore took a job as a private psychiatric nurse on Sanctuary Island at Duncarlie Castl. A young psychiatric nurse hired as a companion to a troubled teenaged girl becomes embroiled in the secrets of Duncarlie Castle on Sanctuary Island The cast of by turns sinister and alluring supporting characters includes a rugged bird sanctuary attendant a sneering lord of the manor a dying patriarch a scheming femme fatale married to the old man her mad daughter and a young son The setting is beautifully evoked especially the sea caves which are the site of a history of foul play The love story is minimal providing little than a loose frame for the heroine's gradual discovery of the McLeod and Clereau families' sordid secrets The atmosphere is so satisfying that it's easy to forgive the thin characterization of the principals and the sometimes clunky narrative machinery which reuires a fair degree of stupidity from the heroine to avoid prematurely revealing plot points that the author wishes to save for the picturesue climax Thoroughly entertaining