Corners slightly bumped, slightly shelf-cocked. End papers inside front board have split at the hinge. Cover shows minor edge wear/chipping.
"Jenny is a divorced mother of two girls -- atractive, poor, charming and resourceful, skilled at making ends meet and hardly even daring to hope the right man will come along for her . . .
A city girl, Jenny suupports herself and her children by working in a fashinable Manhattan art gallery. It is there that she first becomes aware of the paintings of Erich Krueger . . . when she meets Krueger, a handsome, powerful and elegant man, Jenny in swept off her feet. After a lightning courtship, Erich marries Jenny and carries her off to his home in Minnesota, a home of such wealth, comfort and luxury that Jenny feels like a princess in a fairy story. . .
Soon, however, Jenny's happiness is shattered by a series of bizarre and terrifying incidents that threaten first her marriage, then her children, then her life -- until Jenny's only hope lies in unraveling the truth about the past, a truth that is hidden in the great house which has become her prison."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall