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Cliffhaven by Dan Ross
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Cliffhaven (1968)

by Dan Ross

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When Jean Gordon returned to Cliffhaven after her mother's strange suicide, she expected resentment from the two women vying for her father's affections. 

But she found more to fear than human jealousy. Someone in the old house was trying to drive her to madness and death. Was it really the ghost of Rachel Hawkins, a long-dead ancestor, as local gossip claimed? Or was it something more human? 

Jean began to doubt her own sanity in the evil old house where she could trust no one, not even her own father.
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