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10 thoughts on “Ravensridge

  1. says:

    A stereotypical gothic horror complete with all the genre clich s prominent in these mass produced cheap thrill reads a stormy night, a crack of thunder, a flash of lightening , and an attractive woman alone in car driving towards a dark castle nestled away from the townspeople on winding road to certain doom The ominous Hangman s Hill, a prime setting for this 1970 s horror serves up a cold dish of disappointment After a moody start, Ravensridge dives into tedium as main character Melissa, a photographer, studies the house and antiques she s been commissioned to photograph for some sort of under developed expose Dispersed throughout are a large cast of characters who have some hidden agenda involving murder, mystery, and mayhem all of which is eventually wrapped up all too conveniently in a couple of pages My rating 2 5 I bought this at a second hand bookstore after having read the excellent Paperbacks from Hell which led me on a horror paperback buying binge It s a quick read but one that most can give a miss.

  2. says:

    I found this as a used book and fell in love with the story It s very fast moving and entertaining A page turner The only thing that bugs me is that I think Melissa might have an eating disorder She seems to skip a lot of meals Lol Other than that it keeps you wondering who the murderer is, what are the dark secrets of the family , and is their a spark between her and the main male character.

  3. says:

    By reading this description, it s obvious I loved Scooby Doo, and still do 3

  4. says:

    I hope this is not representative of the quality of 70s gothic romances in general because it was AWFUL Wow.

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Ravensridge summary pdf Ravensridge , summary chapter 2 Ravensridge , sparknotes Ravensridge , Ravensridge 2edd8d8 Hangman S Hill Had Been Known As A House Of Terror For Than A Hundred Years, Ever Since Judge Jason Courtney Had Used The Power Of His Office To Send Too Many Men To The Gallows Now Philip Courtney Was Determined That His Family Would Be Known For Saving Lives, Rather Than Destroying Them, But The Ghost Of The Preceding Century Lay Heavy Over The Old House, And Death Seemed A Tenant Not At All Anxious To Leave There Were Stories That Hinted Of Murder Being Done Anew, And Melissa Manion, Thrust Unexpectedly Into The Midst Of A Family Tragedy, Found Herself Even Unexpectedly In Terrible Danger If Death Claimed Ravensridge For Its Own, It Would Receive No Arguments, And Melissa Found Herself Marked To Be The Last Of Hangman Hill S Victims

  • Paperback
  • 189 pages
  • Ravensridge
  • Jennifer Hale
  • English
  • 10 August 2018