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Few authors have achieved such renown as World Fantasy Life Achievement honoree and Science Fiction Writers of America Grand Master Andre Norton. With the love of readers and the praise of critics, Norton’s books have sold millions of copies worldwide.

Snow Shadow is a romantic spellbinder of forgotten love and terror reawakened.
Being able to step back into the past seemed a wonderful stroke of luck for Erica Jansen.  Northanger Abbey was like another world. And her introduction to the family there had come from a charming man, Preston Donner. She felt very fortunate indeed.

But from the moment she became a guest at the Abbey, she felt like a prisoner. First there were the arguments she couldn’t avoid . . . then the murders she could not ignore . . . and then the man who stepped out of her own buried past to entwine her in a terror from which she saw no escape . . .
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