• The Winter People

The Winter People

The Winter People

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  • Author
    Phyllis A Whitney
  • Publisher
    Open Road Media
  • Publication date
    24 October 2017

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The Winter People

  • Author

    Phyllis A Whitney

  • Date Published

    24 October 2017

  • Publisher

    Open Road Media

  • Pages

    426 pages

  • ISBN

    9781504046978

Book Description

From a New York Times–bestselling author: In a lakeside mansion, a beautiful young bride becomes the snowbound prisoner of a dark family secret.
 
When Manhattan art curator Diana Blake married gallery owner Glen Chandler, she was certain she knew him well enough to devote the rest of her life to him. He was the son of a renowned artist; he sculpted things of beauty in alabaster; and he loved her. It was only when Glen took her home to his family’s lakeside Victorian mansion in the snowy Jersey hills that Diana realized how much more there was to learn about the handsome stranger to whom she’d given her heart.
 
Glen’s family and servants were not the welcoming hosts she’d hoped for—especially Glen’s twin sister, Glynis, his shattering opposite, who holds a sinister influence over him. And in High Towers itself, Diana found a monolith as ice-cold as the frozen Gray Rocks Lake where Glen’s mother had mysteriously drowned. It’s here where a secret rivalry between a brother and sister will begin as a game—and draw Diana deep into a chilling family history.
 
The New York Times hailed Edgar Award–winning Phyllis A. Whitney as “the queen of the American gothics.”
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Phyllis A. Whitney including rare images from the author’s estate.
 

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