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Author: Phyllis A. Whitney
ISBN: 0891905367
Publisher: Amereon Ltd (June 1, 1986)
Language: English
Size ePUB: 1989 kb
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e-Book Stone Bull epub download

by Phyllis A. Whitney



One of the questions most frequently asked of a writer is whether real people have been used in a story. 1. Tonight I am alone for almost the first time since my marriage.

One of the questions most frequently asked of a writer is whether real people have been used in a story. In my case the answer is an immediate and unequivocal no. My interest as a novelist lies in creating my own characters and the incidents that happen in a story. However, real places often furnish me with the inspiration that leads to an imaginary background and totally imaginary characters.

Phyllis Ayame Whitney (September 9, 1903 – February 8, 2008) was a Japanese-born American mystery writer. Rare for her genre, she wrote mysteries for both the juvenile and the adult markets, many of which feature exotic locations. She preferred to say she wrote "romantic novels of suspense".

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Arriving at Laurel House, the quiet mountain resort owned by her husband's family, newlywed Jenny Vaughn finds her happiness clouded by unanswered questions concerning her sister's recent suicide.

THE STONE BULL Phyllis . hitney "Am I to blame for my sister's death? Perhaps I shall never be free of the questions, the sense of blame. even now, when my life has changed so excitingly, so hopefully, I am never free of Ariel's shadow

THE STONE BULL Phyllis . even now, when my life has changed so excitingly, so hopefully, I am never free of Ariel's shadow. All her life, Jenny Vaughn had lived in the shadow of Ariel, the graceful, enchanting prima ballerina whose art had become legend. But suddenly Ariel was gone, and Jenny's ordinary life as a schoolteacher was transformed as completely as if a magic spell had been cast.

New York Times–bestselling and Edgar Award–winning author Phyllis A. Whitney is, and always will be, the Grand Master of her craft (Barbara Michaels). This ebook features an illustrated biography of Phyllis A. Whitney including rare images from the author’s estate. Romance Thriller & Crime. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

Whitney wrote more than seventy novels. In 1961 Phyllis Ayame Whitney (1903 – 2008) was an American mystery writer

Whitney wrote more than seventy novels. In 1961 Phyllis Ayame Whitney (1903 – 2008) was an American mystery writer. She was born in Japan to American parents and spent her early years in Asia. Whitney wrote more than seventy novels.

The Turquoise Mask Phyllis A. Whitney Gothic Vintage Paperback 1975. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. I admire the writings of Phyllis Whitney. The Stone Bull is especially intriguing because it involves a mystery and a sweet subtle love story. The Stone Bull by Phyllis A. Whitney. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. The plot brings in the arts - ballet, drawing and stone sculptor. Always Whiteny teaches as she unfolds a mystery and takes you places you may never go.

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Kinashand
Whenever I reread this book, I keep wondering if Phyllis A. Whitney was inspired by Mohawk Mountain House Hotel in upstate New York for the setting in her book?
Does anybody know?
Please let me know. waldenpond 88 at hotmail dot com

Thanks,

Chrissie
Justie
Although I'm a longtime fan of Whitney's work, this book left me with an unsettling aftertaste.
As is the general rule with her novels, it's full of surprise revelations and family intrigue. (For God's sake, how does she come up with these dysfunctional, homicidal clans! A counselor would have a field day with some of her characters!)
However, this particular work contains a familial twist that I found, well, icky. (I know "icky" is not a terribly literary term, but if I were the main character, I'd be pretty creeped out by the entire situation.)
All the same, it makes for a fairly good read, with buckets of your standard Whitneyesque plot twists. And once all is said and done, the resolution makes a poignant statement about the power of new beginnings.