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Aunt Demity and the Deep Blue Sea by Nancy Atherton

Publisher: "New York, New York, U.S.A.: Viking Pr", 2006
ISBN: 0670034762
ID: Mar0015

"Hardcover with jacket in Mylar cover, not price clipped, signed by author with pink bunny stamp on title page, 1st ed./1st print. complete numberline with #1, trade (retail) edition, not bookclub or ex-library. CONDITION - BOOK: Fine - tight square, white pages, no markings of any kind. JACKET Fine - minimal scuffing and edge wear. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature." Your book comes to you with mylar protective jacket, bubble wrapped in cardboard box. 99% of our bookplates are on transparent paper and affixed to the title page and blend in beautifully with the book’s page.

Price in US $ 32.50

Summary: Lori Shepherd is no stranger to trouble and intrigue. But when Bill, her high-profile attorney husband, receives a number of chilling death threats aimed at his family, danger hits close to home. With Scotland Yard on the case, Bill decides to send Lori and their five-year-old twins to the safety of a remote island off the coast of Scotland. There, another mystery begins to unfold— Lori suspects that the locals on the island are making a fortune running an illegal smuggling operation. What else could explain their luxurious lifestyles? But after finding a human skull washed up on the beach, Lori fears something even more sinister is going on. With Aunt Dimity’s help, Lori begins to piece together the clues, unaware of the growing danger on the island. Will the murderous threats against her family finally catch up with her?

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Aunt Dimity Beats the Devil by Nancy Atherton

Publisher: Viking Adult, 2000
ISBN: 9780670891795
ID: Mar0014

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Signature has pink "bunny" stamp. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature. Your book comes to you with mylar protective jacket, bubble wrapped in cardboard box. 99% of our bookplates are on transparent paper and affixed to the title page and blend in beautifully with the book’s page.

Price in US $ 32.50

Summary: Lori Shepherd, niece of one of the most benevolent ghosts in fiction, discovers there's life (and death) after motherhood in this charming, neo-Gothic tale of haunted castles, time-traveling spirits, and hidden treasure. Leaving her twin toddlers at home in the Cotswolds with her husband, an American lawyer working in England, Lori sets off for Wyrdhurst Hall to evaluate a private library for a wealthy client who has given the castle to his niece Nicole and her new husband, Jared Hollander. But a mysteriously open gate leads Lori dangerously astray. Rescued from a potentially fatal accident by a handsome and charming stranger to whom she is immediately attracted, she resumes her journey to the gloomy Scottish estate. Once ensconced at Wyrdhurst, Lori finds the young mistress is terrified by the sounds and apparitions that haunt the castle and equally frightened of her cold and controlling husband. Lori uncovers a secret cache of letters from an earlier era that hint at a tragic love affair and a death that must be avenged before Wyrdhurst's ghost--and its present inhabitants--can rest in peace. With Aunt Dimity's magic journal warning her that danger surrounds her passionate infatuation with Adam Chase, who has his own reasons for wanting Lori to get to the bottom of the mystery, our intrepid heroine traces the ghostly apparitions to their source. In the process she makes the acquaintance of the restless spirit whose love for a World War I soldier was thwarted, but not destroyed, by Wyrdhurst's original owner and provides the happy-ever-after ending to this charming and lively mystery. Nancy Atherton's fans will adore Lori and Aunt Dimity, and readers new to the series will be delighted to discover the fearless duo in this atmospheric and very well-paced story. "--Jane Adams"

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Aunt Dimity Snowbound by Nancy Atherton

Publisher: Viking Adult, 2004
ISBN: 9780670032785
ID: Mar0013

Flat Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature. Your book comes to you with mylar protective jacket, bubble wrapped in cardboard box. 99% of our bookplates are on transparent paper and affixed to the title page and blend in beautifully with the book’s page.

Price in US $ 32.50

Summary: Nancy Atherton’s delightful "Aunt Dimity" series continues to capture mystery fans across America with each new installment. This newest one finds Lori Shepherd overtaken by the blizzard of the century. Fortunately, she’s soon safe and dry with two other stranded backpackers in Ladythorne Abbey, the fabulous home of the late Lucasta DeClerke. Or is she? In the abbey’s cloisters and passages there still lingers the haunting presence of Lucasta, a mysterious madwoman—not to mention the danger posed by an unstable caretaker.
When Lori thinks she’s learned of a plot to steal a priceless DeClerke family heirloom, she attempts to prevent the theft and, moreover, keep herself out of harm’s way. But as Aunt Dimity says, "Old sins cast long shadows." And Lori will need all the Dimity wisdom and compassion she can get to banish the hatred and guilt that shroud Ladythorne Abbey in a blanket considerably thicker than the accumulating snow.

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Aunt Dimity, Vampire Hunter by Nancy Atherton

Publisher: "New York, New York, U.S.A.: Viking Pr", 2008
ISBN: 9780670018543
ID: Mar0012

"Hardcover with jacket in Mylar Jacket, not price clipped, signed by author with pink bunny stamp on title page, 1st ed./1st printing, complete numberline with #1, trade (retail) edition, not bookclub or ex-library. CONDITION - New. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature."Your book comes to you with mylar protective jacket, bubble wrapped in cardboard box. 99% of our bookplates are on transparent paper and affixed to the title page and blend in beautifully with the book’s page.

Price in US $ 32.50

Summary: Lori Shepherd’s life in England couldn’t be more tranquil or more satisfying— except for one thing. Her five- year-old twins have started school, and Lori fears they’ll catch everything from the flu to fleas. What they do come home with, however, is worse: a report of a pale, cloaked figure with bloodstained lips lurking in the woods. Lori is skeptical at first but soon grows concerned enough to consult with her late (but not entirely departed) Aunt Dimity and her dear friend Kit Smith. The vampire-hunting trail leads to Leo, a charismatic vagabond who just returned to England after a self-imposed exile, a bitter old crone named Lizzie Black, and finally to Aldercot Hall, where a mysterious murder took place forty years ago. With Kit and Aunt Dimity’s help, Lori uncovers the secret that will shock everyone—including herself—about the true identity of the twins’ vampire.

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Aunt Dimity: Detective by Nancy Atherton

Publisher: "New York, New York, U.S.A.: Viking Pr", 2001
ISBN: 067003021x
ID: Mar0011

"Hardcover with jacket in Mylar cover, not price clipped, signed by author with pink bunny stamp on title page, 1st ed./1st print. complete numberline with #1, trade (retail) edition, not bookclub or ex-library. CONDITION - BOOK: Fine - tight square, white pages, no markings of any kind. JACKET Fine - Crease along spine,minimal scuffing and edge wear. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature." Your book comes to you with mylar protective jacket, bubble wrapped in cardboard box. 99% of our bookplates are on transparent paper and affixed to the title page and blend in beautifully with the book’s page.

Price in US $ 32.50

Summary: Nobody in the little town of Finch was really surprised when Prunella "Pruneface" Hooper came to a nasty end—but murder? There hadn't been a murder in Finch since 1872 when one shepherd bashed another with the hook of his crook. Despite her hectic home schedule with her three-year-old twins, Lori agrees to investigate. But narrowing the list of suspects is a major challenge: the newly arrived Pruneface had quickly become privy to everyone's secrets—and used her secret knowledge to plant rumors, nurture backbiting, resurrect feuds, and season it all with downright lies. Almost everyone had a reason to want her dead. Fortunately, Aunt Dimity's supernatural skills—and her insight into uncovering the true goodness of human nature—make the experience of unraveling the mystery "as cozy as a warm fire on a winter's night" ("The Denver Post").