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Haunting of Fog Island (1965)

by Marilyn Ross

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SEASON OF FEAR

It was Christmastime -- but unlike any other Dorothy Samson had ever known. The year 1850 was drawing to a close, and Dorothy and her sister, Amy had come to Fog Island to celebrate the holiday season at the great house of Falconcrest.

But there was no spirit of Christmas is the gloomy house. Instead there was the specter of a vengeful woman who wanted company in the grave. Dorothy felt the clutch of terror at her pale young throat, the chill of danger knifing into her palpating heart -- and when her treasured sanctuary of love turned into a chamber of horrors, it seemed the only gift she would receive would come from Satan himself…
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