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An Afternoon Walk
An Afternoon Walk
Author: Dorothy Eden
On a leisurely afternoon walk one summer day Ella and her five-year-old daughter come upon an abandoned house with an eerie overgrown garden. For the attractive young housewife and her imaginative child, the old house conjures up fantasies of grand parties and bygone fashions. But in the midst of the reverie they hear a horrible, throaty scream ...  more »
ISBN: 16237
Pages: 224

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Publisher: Fawcett Publications, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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I was drawn in from the first page. You can see the old abandoned house, you can feel the heat, and you can sense the panic in the air. I have read this book over and over again, and I can still pick up this book and turn to any page and be instantly drawn in. It is a wonderful mystery and I could really feel the main character's confusion and terror. Although I can't recommend all of Dorothy Eden's books, I do recommend this one!
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Great book, full of twists and turns.