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Window on the Square - Phyllis A. Whitney
Window on the Square
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Brandon Reid's nine-year-old nephew is impossible to handle since accidentally shooting his father two years before. Reid asks Megan Kincaid to move into the Reid house and work with the troubled boy to curb his violent temper. As Megan learns more about Jeremy and the fateful shooting, she... show more
Brandon Reid's nine-year-old nephew is impossible to handle since accidentally shooting his father two years before. Reid asks Megan Kincaid to move into the Reid house and work with the troubled boy to curb his violent temper. As Megan learns more about Jeremy and the fateful shooting, she realizes that the boy's father was murdered--by someone else. Last published in 1981.
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Format: Mass Market
ISBN: 9780061002700 (0061002704)
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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Linda Hilton
Linda Hilton rated it
1.5 Window on the Square -- Don't look too closely. There are too many holes
I started out rating this 2.5 stars, then dropped it back to 2.0. As a book to while away a few hours, it's fine. It's a good page-turner, with multiple entwined mysteries, and I didn't see any obvious give-aways in terms of the ultimate revelation. The ultimate revelation itself, however, is a ...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
How I love to read Gothic Romances. And I am happy to have discovered PAW, who was a wonderful author (and was born in Japan, nonetheless!). I have this book by mere luck; I purchased it by mistake but what a lucky mistake!It is one of those books that you start reading it and cannot put it down. It...
Moonlight Murder
Moonlight Murder rated it
4.0 Window on the Square by Phyllis Whitney
Plot summary, which is necessary to the discussion after the cut: THE SCENE IS NEW YORK CITY IN THE 1870's. A letter summons young Megan Kincaid to the house on Washington Square. In a startling interview the master of the house, Brandon Reid, informs her that he wishes her to devote herself to mo...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 Window on the Square
This was one of the first 'adult' books I'd ever read, one of my mothers favorites. I love the story, even though it's not my usual fare. Ms. Whitney does a brilliant job of writing characters that come alive - from the prim and proper Megan, to the mercurial Brandon, and the dark and forbidding G...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 Window on the Square
This was one of the first 'adult' books I'd ever read, one of my mothers favorites. I love the story, even though it's not my usual fare. Ms. Whitney does a brilliant job of writing characters that come alive - from the prim and proper Megan, to the mercurial Brandon, and the dark and forbidding Gar...
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