THE PHANTOM OF FONTHILL PARK by Kay R. Vernon

THE PHANTOM OF FONTHILL PARK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Make it go away altogether. A silly g----- story about Susan Reeves, an impoverished but spirited little modiste; her visits to Fonthill Park owned by a forbidding Sir Charles Tempest, guardian of the foolishly fickle Isobel who runs off with the portraitist who had been murmuring what proves to be sweet nothings to Susan; the apparitions, be they real or otherwise, of a woman in black; a threatened youngster; etc., etc. Miss Vernon writes in awful English, sometimes wrong French, not to mention an unaccountable language of love.

Pub Date: Nov. 12th, 1976
Publisher: Doubleday