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The Door through Washington Square
The Door through Washington Square
Author: Elaine Bergstrom
ISBN-13: 9780441005444
ISBN-10: 0441005446
Publication Date: 8/1/1998
Pages: 368
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Publisher: Ace
Book Type: Paperback
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As a child, Diedre MacCallum remembered her great-grandmother Bridget's house in New Youk's Washington Square as a magical place with mahogany walls, antique furniture and sedate tea parties.
But when Diedre is summoned to the matriarch's side to settle her affairs, she senses somethintg strange about the house, a feeling triggered by an old set of French doors in the sunroom. She pulls back their heavy curtains, opens them to the sunlight . . . and finds a doorway to the past--seventy-two years ago. There Diedre will meet Grandmum as a young woman. She will find love with Noah, a man destined to die before she was born. And she will find great danger as she uncovers Bridget's darkest secret--her involvement with the infamously sinister Aleister Crowley, the Great Beast, whose dabblings in the powers of darkness promise destruction for the MacCallum clan. Now Diedre must find a way to set things right, and rescue not only her family, but her one true love.
Don't know whether to call this a romance, an occult thriller, a fantasy, or a detective thriller--because it is ALL of the above, and well-written on all fronts!