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Phyllis A. Whitney
For more than 80 years, Phyllis A. Whitney wove her storytelling magic—in her lifetime garnering numerous awards and worldwide acclaim for her books. A winner of the prestigious Grand Master award for lifetime achievement from the Mystery Writers of America, and an author the New York Times once... show more
For more than 80 years, Phyllis A. Whitney wove her storytelling magic—in her lifetime garnering numerous awards and worldwide acclaim for her books. A winner of the prestigious Grand Master award for lifetime achievement from the Mystery Writers of America, and an author the New York Times once called the "Queen of the American Gothics," Phyllis A. Whitney is one of the world's most beloved mystery and romantic suspense writers.

Phyllis A. Whitney passed away on February 8, 2008 at the age of 104.
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Kitty's Book Spot!
Kitty's Book Spot! rated it 2 months ago
This is a great story about a second chance for Charlotte and Grayson. They met in college and had their life ahead of them. She to be a lawyer, he to be in professional football. When they come across one another later - fireworks! Grayson had always intended to be with Charlotte. He lost her...
Kitty's Book Spot!
Kitty's Book Spot! rated it 3 months ago
Emily has had all she take of her job and her boss. Then he proposed a whole new deal. With all that is at stake, can she really last thirty days? Nicholas fights his attraction to his assistant every day. Following her second anniversary with his company, he asks Emily to do him a favor. If t...
Moonlight Madness
Moonlight Madness rated it 7 months ago
I'm going to use this one for the "W" square in the Women Writer's Bingo Project. Originally published in 1969, this is a fairly early effort in Whitney's transition away from juvenile fiction into adult gothic style romance. It's set in a Chicago Department Store during the glory days of the window...
Moonlight Madness
Moonlight Madness rated it 10 months ago
Phyllis Whitney was 82 years old when she wrote this book. Seriously, guys - she was my mother-in-law's age (and I'm 51) and she would go on to write another 10 freaking books after she was 82. I'm giving it a third star just for that reason.As far as the book itself, it certainly wasn't a bad book,...
Linda Hilton
Linda Hilton rated it 11 months ago
Funsies from the archives. This was one of those "just when you think you've got it all figured out." Malinda Rice's mother has just died and Malinda has brought her back to the ancestral home in New Hampshire to be buried. She has also come to confront her grandmother with a family secret. T...
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