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Castle of Twilight

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Castle of Twilight by Margaret Horton Potter is a captivating and thrilling tale of mystery and suspense. The story follows protagonist Sarah as she discovers a hidden castle in the mountains and embarks on a journey to uncover its secrets.

The author's skillful writing and vivid descriptions bring the setting of the castle to life, making readers feel as though they are exploring its dark corridors and shadowy corners right alongside Sarah. The plot is full of twists and turns, keeping readers guessing until the very end.

What sets Castle of Twilight apart from other novels in the genre is the depth of its characters. Sarah is a strong and relatable protagonist, and her interactions with the other inhabitants of the castle are both engaging and thought-provoking.

Overall, Castle of Twilight is a well-crafted and atmospheric novel that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the final page. I highly recommend it to fans of mystery and suspense.

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"Wistfully I deliver up to you my simple story, knowing that the first suggestion of “historical novel” will bring before you an image of dreary woodenness and unceasing carnage. Yet if you will have the graciousness but to unlock my castle door you will find within only two or three quiet folk who will distress you with no battles nor strange oaths. Even in the days of rival Princes and never-ending wars there dwelt still a few who took no part in the moil of life, but lived with gentle pleasures and unvoiced sorrows, somewhat as you and I; wherefore, I pray you, cross the moat. The drawbridge is down for you, and will not be raised, if, after introduction to the Chatelaine, you desire speedily to retreat." - Summary by Margaret Horton Potter

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