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Echoes in the walls / Virginia Andrews.

By: Andrews, V. C. (Virginia C.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Andrews, V. C. House of secrets: 2.Publisher: London, England : Simon & Schuster Ltd, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 390 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781471178139 (hardback).Subject(s): Teenagers -- Fiction | High school students -- Fiction | Incest -- Fiction | Interpersonal relations -- Fiction | Family secrets -- Fiction | Social conflict -- FictionGenre/Form: Gothic fiction. | Romance fiction. | Psychological fiction.Summary: Fern and her mother have lived as servants in Wyndemere House, the old Gothic mansion of the Davenport family, for as long as she can remember. And her friendship with Dr. Davenport's son Ryder was never a problem until they came of age. As cruel forces try to come between Fern and Ryder, what really holds the biggest threat to their happiness is the past, and the truths it threatens them with. For family intrigue and psychological chills, there is no author quite like Virginia Andrews.
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Fern and her mother have lived as servants in Wyndemere House, the old Gothic mansion of the Davenport family, for as long as she can remember. And her friendship with Dr. Davenport's son Ryder was never a problem... until they came of age.

As cruel forces try to come between Fern and Ryder, what really holds the biggest threat to their happiness is the past, and the truths it threatens them with.

For family intrigue and psychological chills, there is no author quite like Virginia Andrews.

Fern and her mother have lived as servants in Wyndemere House, the old Gothic mansion of the Davenport family, for as long as she can remember. And her friendship with Dr. Davenport's son Ryder was never a problem until they came of age. As cruel forces try to come between Fern and Ryder, what really holds the biggest threat to their happiness is the past, and the truths it threatens them with. For family intrigue and psychological chills, there is no author quite like Virginia Andrews.