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Mansion on the Moors (1971)

by W. E. D. Ross

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Little did American born Sharon realize when she met the dashing author Jeff Swain at a cocktail party in London, that her life would take a sudden turn-for better or worse. For after a whirlwind courtship, Sharon and Jeff honeymooned in Paris and then Jeff brought her home to Moorholme, the family estate. Here in this remote area of Devonshire, Sharon had her first introduction to the fog shrouded, barren moors for which England is so well known.
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