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The Legend of the Seventh Virgin
The Legend of the Seventh Virgin
Author: Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert (Writing as Victoria Holt)
ISBN-13: 9780449019061
ISBN-10: 0449019063
Publication Date: 1965
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Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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According to the legend, six novices living in a Cornish convent strayed from their vows and were turned to stone. The seventh faced quite a different fate. Years later when the convent became the family mansion of the St. Larnston family, fate beckoned to another young virgin.
Kerensa Carlee was only a cottage girl, but she possessed great ambition and greater beauty -- and she knew how to use them both. Working in the legend-haunted mansion as a lady's maid, Kerensa began her perilous journey into womanhood. She stirred old memories and mysteries, and brought to that quiet corner of Victorian Cornwall moonlight madness and an ancient vengeance . . . .

This book contains the complete text of the original hardcover edition. Copyright 1965. Published by Fawcett Crest. 287 pages.