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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Phyllis A. Whitney
  • ISBN:
    0816146861
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816146864
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  • Publisher:
    G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (April 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    354 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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    4.7
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Published December 31st 1989 by G. K. Hall & Company. Author(s): Phyllis A. Whitney.

Published December 31st 1989 by G. Large Print, Hardcover, 354 pages.

But then, Debbie could be anywhere. Have you a pencil? the voice on the phone asked. I always had pencil and paper ready by this telephone in my bedroom, and I wrote down-the name, Mrs. Corinthea Arles (it had to be spelled) and the phone number in Victoria. When I hung up, the shaking started, just as it used to do.

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Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. This book shows why Jack London was one of the most regarded authors of his time. Hardcover: 311 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (December 1, 1993).

Note to self: Phyllis Whitney is not Mary Steward I suppose I have read other romantic suspense novels by Whitney, but the ones I thought I’d read were. She also taught juvenile fiction writing courses at Northwestern University in 1945 and at New York University from 1947 to 1958. She writes both juvenile and adult mysteries, many set in an exotic location. Her first juvenile book was published in 1941 and her first adult novel was published in 1943. Since then, she has written over 75 books.

Feather on the Moon" is no exception. It grips you from the very beginning

Feather on the Moon" is no exception. It grips you from the very beginning. The reader immediately begins to emphatize with Jennifer and the loss of her child whether you have children or not!Whitney weaves her gothic magic upon us as we decipher good and evil, willing and wrongful - all the way through to the end.

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In a search for her kidnapped daughter Jennifer Blake travels to Vancouver Island where she discovers a child who is either the heir to the Corinthea Aries fortune or her own little girl

Nalmezar
I just recently discovered Phyllis Whitney when I read the marvelous "Columbella" --so I was anxious to read another of her books. I selected "Feather on the Moon" - and it was a good read, but a disappointment after Columbella.

The book started out with an intriguing concept: Jennifer's 3-year old daughter Debby was stolen from her, years ago, right after the death of her husband. She is contacted by a woman, the grand dame of a rich estate. Jenny is told that she believes Debby is staying at her house with parents, who may be con artists. The parents are saying that they have the child who is the woman's son's child, but they may be looking for a piece of the estate, since the son was killed in an accident in South America.

Jenny travels to the old woman's estate, hoping that the child in question is actually her daughter, Debby. I followed the book to the point, but it started to slide for me when nearly every character (even the butler) was not who he/she claimed to be. I studied the cross-hatched identities tried to follow how each character fit into the plot of the kidnapped Debby. I had to go back a few times. I found the character confusion very difficult (and wordy) to follow. I got to the point where I didn't care who was who as the plot got tangled, and it seemed to convoluted to enjoy.

So it was just "OK" for me. I think fans of Phyllis A. Whitney would probably enjoy the book, but I was too confused most of the time to really enjoy the read.
Coidor
I read this book when I was about 16... I don’t remember then it being one of my favorite of her books. But I decided to read it again 22 years later not expecting for it to hold my attention that well and I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised! I found myself looking forward to bedtime so I could pick it up again and read it!
Minha
This is an intriguing novel. A page turner. I found myself turning back a few pages to keep track of who was who! What a jigsaw puzzle it seemed. Some how, I believed Alice would turn out to be the kidnapped child. A very good story.
snowball
Great read. Haven’t read this author for a long time! Definitely will look for more of her books!
Gholbirdred
great book i was looking for this book for a while. i needed it in my collection. shipmet was fast and i read the boot cover to cover. really enjoyed it. the condition of the book was what was expected. very happy
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Cells
As any Phyllis Whitney fan knows, her work is very thorough and researched. "Feather on the Moon" is no exception. It grips you from the very beginning. The reader immediately begins to emphatize with Jennifer and the loss of her child whether you have children or not!
Whitney weaves her gothic magic upon us as we decipher good and evil, willing and wrongful -- all the way through to the end. I thought I had it figured out a couple of times, but there are so many false turns and twists that you're not sure until the last chapter. Once again Whitney gives us the suspense we have come to crave and expect from her. This is such a excellent read!
Fohuginn
No, i felt the storyline was slow moving
This is a great mystery. I have always liked this author and have read many of her books. The story moves along and there is no bad language or overt sexual content.