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Barbra posts on 12/15/2006 4:21:20 PM I just finished re-reading The Shadow of The Lynx. I had forgotten how well written that book is and I love the fact that you get the viewpoint of the events that are taking place from both main characters in the book, Nora and Minta. Of course, I was mad at Stirling all over again for marrying Minta just to acquire Whiteladies. I wanted him to end up with Nora at the end.
Shannon posts on 12/14/2006 7:38:45 PM I just passed The Shadow Of The Lynx down to another person!I can't wait to see if they like it. Especially becuase she mocked my devotions to Victoria Holt. We shall see if she falls for VH's way with words.
Crystal posts on 12/8/2006 12:58:21 AM Emma Louise -- I found your post interesting. What is the name of the little book you found in the library?

Kimberly posts on 12/7/2006 11:20:14 PM I love Victoria Holt. My favorite novel is "On the Night of the Seventh Moon" Does anybody know what other good books she has?
Shannon posts on 11/30/2006 10:04:56 PM I am beginning to read Mask Of The Enchantress by VH. It sounds very entertaining. What are some of the best VH books that you think could be made into a movie? I know that after I read a new VH book, I always think about what it would be like on screen. Which do you think would be a good movie?
Viccy posts on 11/17/2006 4:21:01 PM I love reading, that is all i do! But now i will spend every waking minute ont these board beacause i have no life! Woo!
Dorothy posts on 11/17/2006 8:34:15 AM Knave of Hearts is part of Phillipa Carr's historical Gothic series that starts with THE MIRACLE AT ST. BRUNO'S. It's best but not essential to read them in their order. I love Victoria Holt's books. I'm saving the last ones to savor at some special time because I know there won't be any more. Dorothy
Terry posts on 11/16/2006 2:53:27 AM I loved Legend of the 7th Virgin. In this story, the strong-willed heroine has a grandmother who keeps her hair from turning grey by using some sort of herb potion everynight. When I was a teenager, this was not that interesting of a part to the book, but now that I'm getting grey, I'm suddenly interested. Anyone know what the herb was?
Shannon posts on 11/16/2006 12:11:14 AM Carol, you said that Pride of The Peacock is slow in the beginning and then gets better. I completely agree! I am now finished with it and have already passed it on to another person. I have a quiestion about PC. There is one book I almost read, The Knave of Hearts. I didn't read it because I could have sworn that I had heard about it being number two or three in a series. Do you know if this is true? And if it is, could you tell me what the books prior to it are?
BC Eudailey posts on 11/11/2006 7:41:43 PM Does anybody remember a book by Victoria Holt that has as a story line about two sisters; one who brings home her fiance to meet her family and the other, the very beautiful Charlotte who steals him away. Charlotte is found drowned in a nearby stream soon after and the rest of the book is about finding out who in the family killed her. The only other detail I remember was that their mother strangely refused to ever leave their house overnight. Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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