Seria a atraente Jan Davis a próxima vítima do tenebroso "espectro" que assombrava a sinistra Mansão Fantasma?
"Phantom Manor" by Marilyn Ross (Published 1966 by A Paperback Library Gothic) '-'
Jan Davis faced the most frightening terror of her life in a mansion shrouded in evil. . .
"When the 'ghost' appears in the sinister monk's corridor, someone will die!"
From the moment she came to live at Phantom Manor, a rotting pile of stone she had suddenly inherited, Jan Davis became the terrified victim of a series of "accidents". The lurking murderer could be anyone whose life was tied to the dread secret of the eerie mansion: a homicidal, half-witted young man; a jealous relative who wanted the Manor for herself; even a neighboring landowner with whom Jan had fallen in love. But the hidden villain of Phantom Manor could also be one of the "unliving" the legendary ghost that stalked its shadowy corridors, leaving horror and death in the echo of its unearthly footsteps...
[About the Author] Marilyn Ross [aka] William Edward Daniel "W. E. D." Ross (born November 16, 1912 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada - d. November 1, 1995 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada) was a Canadian actor, playwright and bestselling writer of over 300 novels in a variety of genres. He wrote popular romances and Gothic fiction as W. E. D. Ross and Dan Ross and under a variety of mostly female pseudonyms such as Jane Rossiter, Leslie Ames, Ellen Randolph, Ann Gilmer, Rose Williams, Rose Dana, Clarissa Ross, "Marilyn Ross", Jan Daniels, Charlotte McCormack, Ruth Dorset, Miriam Leslie, Dana Ross, Laura Frances Brooks, Lydia Colby, Diana Randall, Diana Ross, and Marilyn Carter. He started writing erotic novels as Olin Ross, and Western novels as Dan Roberts and Tex Steele. As Marilyn Ross he wrote popular Gothic fiction including a Series of novels about the vampire Barnabas Collins based on the American TV series Dark Shadows (1966–71)
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