Three romantic novels of suspense from the New York Times–bestselling “Queen of the American gothics” (The New York Times).
The Turquoise Mask: Manhattan illustrator Amanda Austin is summoned to her grandfather’s Santa Fe hacienda to get to know distant relatives of her late mother, who died years ago under mysterious circumstances. But once there, everyone greets her like an unwelcome guest. After a little investigating, she begins to fear the real reason she was invited . . .
The Trembling Hills: In 1906, Sara Bishop is off to San Francisco to win back her childhood sweetheart, Ritchie Temple. Her mother, however, is not only concerned with her daughter’s pursuit of an elusive romance, but also with the city itself—and the secret she and Sara’s father buried there years ago . . .
The Quicksilver Pool: After the Civil War, Lora, a young Confederate bride moves north to live with Wade, her Union soldier husband, in his Staten Island mansion. Waiting for her there are a bitterly unwelcoming family and the shadows of Wade’s past.