The Turning of the Tide

The Turning of the Tide

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'I will never divorce you, though that is not to say that I might not be constrained some day to dispose of you.'

Emily Salter returned to the sleepy seaside resort of Skinburness where she had spent her childhood holidays to come to terms with the break-up of her marriage to the enigmatic, controlling Sterne Follet. Using her maiden name Emily finally felt free from her husband's presence and the threat that he had calmly issued when she mentioned her plans to leave him.

But Emily's illusion of safety is rapidly shattered as a sequence of sinister events unfolds that culminates in the finding of a body in the water's shallows. It gradually becomes apparent to Emily that whatever is going on she is somehow involved, and so is her husband, but not necessarily on the same side.

Publisher: New York : Severn House, 1971, 1999
ISBN: 9780727822598
Branch Call Number: HILL
Characteristics: 184 p
Additional Contributors: Ruell, Patrick
Alternative Title: The castle of the demon


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