House of Strangers

House of Strangers HOUSE OF MURDERYears of hating had turned Blair Thornton into the bitterest of men despite the fact that he was one of the wealthiest men in Florida His money did him little good for he refused to p

  • Title: House of Strangers
  • Author: Jennifer Hale
  • ISBN: 9780417752808
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • HOUSE OF MURDERYears of hating had turned Blair Thornton into the bitterest of men, despite the fact that he was one of the wealthiest men in Florida His money did him little good, for he refused to part with a penny The place he kept for both home and headquarters of his real estate firm had once been the grandest of grand hotelsbut now was a deteriorating wreck, almHOUSE OF MURDERYears of hating had turned Blair Thornton into the bitterest of men, despite the fact that he was one of the wealthiest men in Florida His money did him little good, for he refused to part with a penny The place he kept for both home and headquarters of his real estate firm had once been the grandest of grand hotelsbut now was a deteriorating wreck, almsot dangerous to live in Susan Palmer could not understand why Blair Thornton had invited her here to be his executive secretary, for she was certainly not experienced enough to deserve the job But he wanted her enough to offer her double her former salary, and the money was too much to resist She came to the old resort hoteld then heard the stories of her strange employer, including those that blamed him for the disappearance of his wife and called him murderer Had Blair Thornton brought her here to be his next victim

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    • Nattie says:

      I made it to page 86 and then I just started flipping pages. This is another book that should not be classified as a gothic. I didn't care who had done what, most of the 86 pages consisted of Susan wondering around doing uninteresting things. For whatever reason, the author felt the need to tell the ages of every single character. So and so was this age, so and so was about that age, and another so and so was close to this age. I thought that was very unnecessary.

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