Lucy Cartwright placed her life and future into the hands of the dashing Baron Clare, despite the rumors of his dark, unsavory past. Trusting his kind words and gentle manner, she agreed to be his wife and followed the enigmatic lord to Greygallows, his sprawling country estate. But mystery, deception, betrayal, and danger surround the magnificent manor—a ghostly secret charges the atmosphere and terror reigns in its shadowed hallways. Lucy entered Greygallows willingly . . . and now she may never leave.
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Poor — that is rich — little Lucy is married off to a sepulchral Baron Clare in spite of her own disinclinations and the warnings of Jonathan, a solicitor's clerk, who awakens her to the issues of child labor and women's rights — perhaps more.Oct 16 1972 | Read Full Review of Greygallows
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