Thunder Heights and Window on the Square Author:Phyllis A. Whitney Here is a double treat for devotees of romantic suspense: one big volume containing two complete and unabridged novels by the best-selling author, Phyllis A. Whitney. — Thunder Heights. — In her 23 years, Camilla King had never met her grandfather, Orrin Judd -- nor had she ever been to Thunder Heights, his estate overlooking the Hudson Rover. Thu... more »s, when the summons came from him, she was most eager to go. However, during her first night there her grandfather died -- before revealing his extraordinary plans. Orrin Judd named Camilla as heiress to his entire fortune -- including Thunder Heights! With both her mother and father dead, Camilla had hoped to find a home and family -- but not quite like this...
First she had to contend with her two aunts: cold, domineering Hortense and fragile, ghostlike Letty. Then, there was Booth, Hortense's adopted son, a handsome but bitterly sardonic young man. Only in Ross Granger -- her grandfather's former aide -- could Camilla see a potential ally... a friend. But most of all, Camilla had to contend with Thunder Heights itself -- a vast, gabled mansion pervaded by gloom... eerie crosscurrents... and deadly danger!
Window on the Square.
The brilliant career of District Attorney Dwight Reid had ended in a shocking accident with a gun -- at the hands of his young son, Jeremy. This was all Megan Kincaid knew when Brandon Reid, the boy's stepfather, hired her as a companion for Jeremy. Brandon, now married to his late brother's beautiful widow, was the most attractive man Megan had ever seen -- and her every instinct warned her to refuse the position. Megan was warned that Jeremy was a problem, but as she began to win his trust, she saw it was not hate that tormented him. It was sheer, simple terror. Megan know then that Dwight Reid's death had been no accident -- and that somewhere in the Reid residence was hidden the key to the truth. What she did not know was that the key would also unlock a secret too deadly for her to learn -- and live!« less