The Glass House

Alexandre Dumas (Author)

When Antoinette swindled Margaree Harrod out of the old estate on Cape Breton Island, Margaree swore on her mother’s grave that she’d win it back. But blocking her ambition are three deadly obstacles: Antoinette, the mansion’s bitter mistress; Marc, Antoinette’s treacherous son; and Jean, the strange young man whom she loved so much but who hated the old house with all his heart. To win Jean was to give up the estate. To win the estate was to lose Jean. The key to it all lay somewhere within the mysterious reaches of The Glass House. “A master storyteller.” — The Nashville Banner.

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