Tarn Chester was rich, lonely and eager for love, and it seemed like a miracle when handsome Robert Hunter proposed marriage and took her back to his home on the Norfolk coast. Were the cynical doubts of Tarn's servant unfounded? Had Robert's first wife been happy at Swansmere - or had she died in misery? Who was Philip Reynolds, the charming stranger who pretended to be an old friend? Little by little, Tarn's fear mounts. Inch by inch, the mist around her thickens, and footsteps - slow and menacing - follow her.
Used availability for Maureen Peters's A Footfall in the Mist
August 1996 : UK Hardback
January 1971 : UK Hardback