The Prisoner Of Malville Hall PDF Æ The Prisoner PDF

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 191 pages
  • The Prisoner Of Malville Hall
  • Dorothy Daniels
  • English
  • 25 October 2018
  • 0446884987

The Prisoner Of Malville Hall[Read] ➪ The Prisoner Of Malville Hall By Dorothy Daniels – Essayreview.co.uk Cassie Anders is a college student whose major interest is telepathy and psychic research A sensitive, she is adept at card and mind reading A friend begs her to come to his parents country home, whic Cassie Anders is Of Malville eBook ☆ a college student whose major interest is telepathy and psychic research A sensitive, she is adept at card and mind reading A friend begs her to come to his parents country home, which is haunted by an elderly couple who were murdered there many years agoInnocently, Cassie accepts the invitation, eager to put her psychic powers to a real test Once inside Malville Hall she is stunned to discover that she is unable to leave Supernatural forces intend to keep her their The Prisoner PDF \ prisoner until she performs a special penance communication with the dead.


About the Author: Dorothy Daniels

According to a Of Malville eBook ☆ mini biography, accompanied by a photograph, on the rear cover of one of her many gothic novels, Dorothy Daniels was born in Connecticut but by the time she was a full time writer, in the middle s, was living in California She was initially an English teacher at a state college but later wrote articles that appeared in national magazines, which led to her career as a writer of mostly gothic paperbacks Lancer books, which publishedthan twenty of her novels, proclaimed The Prisoner PDF \ her America s Most Popular Gothic Novelist while Pocket Books claimed her gothic novels had sold over eleven million copies by the middle s Her approximately novels were published by a dozen paperback publishers, some had as many as four printings while others were printed only once Lancer and Warner Books together publishedthan sixty of her novels The vast majority of her novels were written in the first person and this was a trademark of sorts with Dorothy Daniels, as she rarely strayed from Prisoner Of Malville Kindle Ï this pattern Several of her novels take place in the Old South Her novels were also considerablyinvolving plot wise and containedcharacter development than other gothic novels She published her last gothic novel, House of Silence , in late Afterward she wrote a handfull of historical romances and her last published novel appears to be Crisis at Valcour in The aforementioned photograph on the rear cover of her book Cliffside Castle contradicts some claims that Dorothy Daniels was male, and at least one internet website s author insists that Dorothy Daniels was actually a man named Paul Hugo Little who lived in Chicago and wrote over books under at least a dozen pseudonyms We may never know for certain who Dorothy Daniels was Several of her gothic paperbacks, credited to Dorothy Daniels or Suzanne Somers, were copyrighted by Norman Daniels She published one novel, House of False Faces , under the pseudonym Helen Gray Weston, but this book was later reissued as Dorothy Daniels writing as Helen Gray Weston She wrote three nurse romance books in addition to her many gothic novelsAlso wrote under the names Angela GrayCynthia KavanaughHelaine RossSuzanne SomersGeraldine ThayerHelen Gray Weston Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.


10 thoughts on “The Prisoner Of Malville Hall

  1. says:

    I am completely bewildered by the high rating that this book has on this site It must not have been read by many people, and those people with exceedingly low standards This book is TERRIBLE T E R R I B L E I m not over exaggerating in the slightest It s set in the times of TV s, expensive cars, telephones, and yet everyone in this book talks like they re supposed to be part of some victorian novel half the time The lead character has powers that are ultimately useless and literally do n I am completely bewildered by the high rating that this book has on this site It must not have been read by many people, and those people with exceedingly low standards This book is TERRIBLE T E R R I B L E I m not over exaggerating in the slightest It s set in the times of TV s, expensive cars, telephones, and yet everyone in this book talks like they re supposed to be part of some victorian novel half the time The lead character has powers that are ultimately useless and literally do not help her in the slightest She shows the most astounding lack of curiosity and an alarming lack of self preservation, not wondering why the shady past servants of the Castle come back to help without pay, and also exchanging painfully horribly written I love you s with a man that she literally LITERALLY met earlier that afternoon, and their conversation then consisted of, I m psychic and him responding, Yeah but you re also hot, dinner soon Forced Darling s thrown around and a boyfriend who somehow thinks that stalking around the outside of the castle when all the danger is INSIDE is going to help anything are lovely, cringing parts of this book to look forward to The exact same dinner described twice, once as being disappointing and lacking, and the next time I m serious, the exact same dinner steak, baked potatoes, a salad being described as the housekeeper having OUTDONE HERSELF The entire plot of the novel is not described to us in an exciting play by play btw, nothing in this book is exciting, it s entirely flat and laughable , it is, instead, literally listed out to us flatly by a man who has been introduced to the situation literally three pages beforehand, but he s a DOCTOR, so he knows these things Apparently READ THIS BOOK if you ever doubt your own writing, or your own ability to get published, because my GOD If this can get published and you ve gotthan the pin drop of imagination that this woman has, then your books DEFINITELY CAN

  2. says:

    Decent, but not really worth the read Redundant in places and a little lazy Editorially, it needed to be tightened A lot My second, and probably last, Dorothy Daniels novel I try to read the big Gothic names from the glory days of Gothic paperbacks, but I ve been underwhelmed twice now.

  3. says:

    I absolutely love gothic romances with all of the mystery and the strong female characters Dorothy Daniels is an amazing author incorporating an unforgettable story with amazing characters.

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