The Priory Lisa Stafford could not understand what all the fuss was about The old priory looked a bit derelict and drafty nothing A little work and it would be the perfect place to write a medieval cookbook Cas

  • Title: The Priory
  • Author: Margaret Wasser
  • ISBN: 9780671663551
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lisa Stafford could not understand what all the fuss was about The old priory looked a bit derelict and drafty, nothing A little work and it would be the perfect place to write a medieval cookbook Casey, her collaborator, was still in America, but Lisa was sure she d love the remote English village of Wolseyd this great, ancient house with its bizarre historyLisa Stafford could not understand what all the fuss was about The old priory looked a bit derelict and drafty, nothing A little work and it would be the perfect place to write a medieval cookbook Casey, her collaborator, was still in America, but Lisa was sure she d love the remote English village of Wolseyd this great, ancient house with its bizarre history and romantic gothic atmosphere.But that was before the horrors began Before the caretaker s battered body was found in the carriage house Before the terrifying phone calls rang out in the dead of night Before the townspeople turn cold, sullen, threateningNow the priory has become a prison Casey desperate to get outLisa still held in its spell Suddenly, two friends are becoming bitter, savage enemies And the house is not finished with them Not yet

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    1. Rating Clarification: 2.75 starsThe Priory was generously donated to me by my GR friend Susan in a mutual bookswap in the hope of validating the old saying: "One Mans Trash is Another Mans Treasure". While I wouldn't consider The Priory pure gothic treasure, I am happy to report that I found it a better read then Susan did, and so I consider this swap a 50% success so far (it remains to be seen if Susan will enjoy my 2 offerings-- I'm not placing any bets-- :D).Wasser isn't a bad writer, and her [...]

    2. I picked this one up at a huge annual book sale for a dollar. After finishing it, I realized it was signed by the author - a fun little moment in my day.First things first. This is not a "board book." It was released by Pocket Books and is billed as "pocket horror." I debate that it is truly horror as well, but it would make a truly disturbing board book nonetheless. I would imagine that kids reading a board book based on this novel would have some particularly bad nightmares. Second things seco [...]

    3. Had to read this because it's not every day you find a fiction book that features medieval recipes. It's a quick read. Not so much the horror story that it is billed to be, but more like an episode of Jonathan Creek. In fact, almost exactly like that -- a big country house in which strange and possibly supernatural things happen that must be explained. Some aspects of the book are a little off, perhaps, and the protagonist can drive you nuts sometimes with her cluelessness about a few things. St [...]

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