Publish date: April 18th 1991
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
One of my mom's all time favourites, and I've finally read it. I don't know what it is about Mary Stewart's books but they always start off a bit slow for me - or maybe I'm just impatient for the suspense to start? Either way, they usually pick up pretty quickly and this was no exception. The fur...
You know those books that you are pretty sure you are really going to love, so you buy it and wait to read it because once you read it, you won't be able to look forward to reading it anymore? This was one of those books for me. I picked up a paperback copy of The Moonspinners donkeys ages ago, at e...
This beautifully written, utterly charming romantic thriller kept my heart pounding in terrified suspense, even though my original copy of the book is falling apart because I’ve read the story so many times. When I was twelve or thirteen, Mary Stewart was a favorite author of everyone I knew who lov...
Charming and harrowing simultaneously, this romantic thriller was a fun ride. The heroine Nicola is a twenty-two-year-old undersecretary at the British Embassy in Athens, Greece. On vacation in Crete, she stumbles upon a young wounded Englishman Mark, hiding in the mountains from some mysterious vil...
I just don't care enough to finish and I'm sick of seeing it sitting there with my currently reading books.**sigh**
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