Castle on the Loch

Castle on the Loch Terror Stalks The HighlandsBeautiful Jody Fastier Came To The Scotish Highlands As Understudy To The Star In A Lush Historical Film However, Right From The Start, The Movie Seemed Sure To Fail, As One Misfortune After Another Took Its Toll But It Wasn T Until The Crazy Old Man Who Lived In The Nearby Castle Started Shooting At Jody That She Realized Just How Big A Mistake Her Coming To Scotland Had BeenStill, If Old Hamish MacDonald Had Not Chased Jody Across His Property, She Never Would Have Met His Handsome Nephew Duncan And When Trouble Really Began, When The Specter Of Death Spread Its Stark Shadow Over The Entire Movie Crew, Loving, Concerned Duncan Was The Only One To Whom Jody Could Turn For Help Yet Could Even Duncan Protect Jody From Her Fate, From The Terror Of A Desperate Race Through The Mountains, Stalked By The Black Cloaked Figure Of Doom

Caroline Farr is the pseudonym of Richard Wilkes Hunter 1906 1991 , a prolific Australian writer Under this name, he wrote a number of Gothic romance novels He used over a dozen pseudonyms and wrote war stories, romances, spy novels, westerns and pornography Sometimes this name is incorrectly attributed to Allan Geoffrey Yates.Other pseudonyms Diana DouglasTodd ConradAlex CraneBradley RossSh

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  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • Castle on the Loch
  • Caroline Farr
  • English
  • 02 October 2019
  • 9780451088307

12 thoughts on “Castle on the Loch

  1. says:

    As gothics go, this one was only mediocre, but it could have been at least good if another 75 100 pages had been added Clocking in at 168 pages, there just wasn t enough time to flesh out the characters or deepen the plot.Very rushed, with an ending and a villian that came out of nowhere The gothic elements were well executed, but just had no context to make them memorable.

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