Thunder Heights by Phyllis A. Whitney

5 stars

A novel to read over and over again without ever getting bored! Camilla King takes a trip to a gothic mansion named Thunder Heights where her grandfather resides, a grandfather that her father had done everything in his power to cut connections from. Curiosity might just be the end of cat on this one as she meets a family she didn’t even know she had. She found two aunts; an Aunt Hortense who is set in a style of another day, Aunt Letty, haunted beyond reason, also Hortense’s adopted son, Booth, a sarcastic man, idle in his ways and Ross Granger, an aid to her grandfather. Mystery and intrigue surround this story in Camilla’s grandfather’s will, a painting never quite finished, and a long kept secret that someone doesn’t want revealed.

~ by wolfangel87 on October 5, 2012.

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