Item description for Valley of Hemlock by Eden Reed...
Writer Meredith Barlow finds mystery and romance in the haunted halls of Boothe House where a deadly family secret seeks its next victim.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.01" Width: 5" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1999
Publisher New Leaf Books
ISBN 1930076258 ISBN13 9781930076259
Availability 55 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 01:09.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Valley of Hemlock?
Haunts and Haunting Aug 14, 2005
Ghosts, past family secrets, a believable heroine and a very attractive hero (or is he?) combine in Eden Reed's Valley of Hemlock for a fast-paced, page-turning tale that includes a very nice twist at the end. I can usually figure books out, but not this one. So get comfortable and give yourself a chunk of time to read this -you'll want to do it in one sitting.
Gave me goosebumps! May 12, 2004
I grew up reading Victoria Holt and Daphne DuMaurier. Though more contemporary in style, Valley of Hemlock is very reminiscent of these classic authors. The story is about writer Meredith Barlow and her quest for a quiet retreat to pen the perfect story. The retreat becomes an adventure itself as a mystery about the house and its owners unfolds. Boothe House it seems holds many disturbing secrets behind its walls.
Ms. Reed knows how to write "dark and creepy". She takes you in and holds you captive with every bump and creak. A touch of romance, a dollop of humor and a great mystery to boot!
Valley of the Gothic Doll Jan 23, 2000
this is my first sorrey into the chasm of gothic prose and not my last because of Ms. Reed. A great read for those that try and fail at second-guessing the authors romantic path of mystery. Plush prose mixed with scintillating romantic intrigue and a setting of equally refined goth-aesthetic taste. strong characterization makes for a multi-layered and addictive experience. Thank you Eden.
J. Brian Hennessy
A Riviting Read Jan 7, 2000
I was held captive from the time I opened the book until the suspenseful end! A new author that is worth reading. With a distinctive voice the Valley of Hemlock richly portrays a classic mystery at it's best. Unique characters, surprising twists abound. I would highly recommend this book as a quiet weekend retreat.