[Ebook] Return to Glenshael By Mary Elgin – Horsebackridingwisconsin.us

Return to Glenshael Sixteen Year Old Aillie Rannoch Put A Curse On The Persecutor Who Drove Her Father To Suicide, And Then Fled Her Highland Home Swearing Never To Return.Ten Years Later, Driven By Nightmare Memories Of The Past, Aillie Returns To Glenshael Disguised As A Dowdy Secretary.How Long Could She Maintain The Masquerade What Would The Townspeople Do If The Wild And Passionate Spirit Of Aillie Rannoch Should Once Assert Itself And Why Was She Irresistibly Be Drawn To The One Man She Must Call Her Enemy

  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • Return to Glenshael
  • Mary Elgin
  • English
  • 11 July 2018
  • 9780552078580

About the Author: Mary Elgin

Mary Elgin 1917 1965 wrote only three books that are known but is considered the closest thing to Mary Stewart Her books are contemporary gothics with humor and charm.


10 thoughts on “Return to Glenshael

  1. says:

    As an unhappy teenager in Scotland, Aillie Rannoch cursed the man who drove her father to suicide, and left home, swearing never to return Years later, both homesick and curious about what has happened to her native heath, she returns in disguise How long can she keep such a ...

  2. says:

    Another favorite of the 3 Mary Elgin books Again set in the Scottish highlands.

  3. says:

    I love all three books written by Mary Elgin before her way too early death in the early 1960s Elgin is terrific with location and last week I went to Scotland thinking of her This particular story is of a lonely young woman who comes back to her home turf in disguise Longing for the land where her family lived for hundreds of years, she s lured into romance with the perceived rogue who has taken charge of the castle and dammed up her creek We ve got a silly ing...

  4. says:

    1966

  5. says:

    This just makes you want to walk around saying Darling , like in an old Cary Grant movie Kinda cute

  6. says:

    Cover blurb touts this in a gothic or romantic suspense vein when it is really just a romance.

  7. says:

    This is a sequel to Man from the Mist but it can stand on its own This one is not as creepy and suspenseful but is of a comedy of manners I thought I liked it.

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