On Hold Hermitage Hill by Dorothy Daniels (1978) Vintage Gothic
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The deserted inn once belonged to her father and now belonged to her. As she wandered through the halls of Hermitage Hill, beautiful Laura Ashton couldn't help recalling how he had died. No one ever found the body, but Laura herself heard the explosion and saw the ship sink off this very coast.
Then why was a detective now claiming that her father was living in France off the jewels and money that had been stored in the ship's safe? Laura knew that it was a lie. She had returned to Hermitage Hill to prove it, and with the aid of handsome attorney Jim Cronin she was sure she would find the truth. But danger waited for those who would disturb long-buried secrets-danger that could destroy both Laura and the man she had grown to love...
Used paperback in very good condition.Pages clean and intact, spine creasing from being previously read.
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