The Foe of Barnabas Collins Barnabas befriends lovely Paula Jennings right after her marriage to strange mysterious Christopher Jennings He feels protective towards the lonely heiress because he suspects Christopher is the were

  • Title: The Foe of Barnabas Collins
  • Author: Marilyn Ross
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  • Page: 352
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Barnabas befriends lovely Paula Jennings right after her marriage to strange, mysterious Christopher Jennings He feels protective towards the lonely heiress because he suspects Christopher is the werewolf who has been ravaging the countryside When Christopher is joined by Melissa Henry the reincarnation of the evil Angelique , Barnabas is certain Paula is in terrible daBarnabas befriends lovely Paula Jennings right after her marriage to strange, mysterious Christopher Jennings He feels protective towards the lonely heiress because he suspects Christopher is the werewolf who has been ravaging the countryside When Christopher is joined by Melissa Henry the reincarnation of the evil Angelique , Barnabas is certain Paula is in terrible danger.Barnabas knows he can defeat the evil werewolf But will his powers be stronger than those of the beautiful and deadly Angelique

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    About "Marilyn Ross"

    1. Marilyn Ross

      William Edward Daniel Ross, W E Daniel Dan Ross born 1912 is a bestselling Canadian novelist from Saint John, New Brunswick who wrote over 300 books in a variety of genres and under a variety of mostly female pseudonyms such as Laura Frances Brooks, Lydia Colby, Rose Dana, Jan Daniels, Ross Olin, Diane Randall, Clarissa Ross, Leslie Ames, Ruth Dorset, Ann Gilmer, Jane Rossiter, Dan Ross, Dana Ross, Marilyn Ross, Dan Roberts, and W.E.D Ross As Marilyn Ross he wrote popular Gothic fiction including a series of novels about the vampire Barnabas Collins based on the American TV series Dark Shadows 1966 71.

    981 thoughts on “The Foe of Barnabas Collins”

    1. That was Book 9 and there is still no sign of Maggie Evans, although some fantastic sightings have occurred that imply Josette is with us


    2. THE FOE OF BARNABAS COLLINS is one of the best in the series. Here Dan ("Marilyn") Ross pulls out all the stops and gives us an overdose of the supernatural. This novel has it all: vampires, werewolves, even a witch AND a ghost! It's an alternate history of Collinwood, yet it captures perfectly the mood and feel of the creepy TV show. Angelique---witchy Nemesis to Barnabas Collins----is back, transformed into a black-haired siren. And werewolf Chris Jennings makes his debut, though as a full-fle [...]


    3. I wanted to re-read a few of these Dark Shadows novels in preparation for the Tim Burton/Johnny Depp movie that is scheduled to begin filming this fall. They're fun bits of fluff and some of them can be very entertaining, as is this ninth outing. But they do raise some eyebrows. The books, while using many of the characters from the TV show, follow their own continuity (mainly because Dan Ross, the author, was Canadian and unable to see the show that often). Angelique makes an appearance in The [...]


    4. This DS novel was a typical gothic with its typical gothic-y characters, setting and story, but mostly it had those wonderfully cosy gothic phrases scattered throughout. Any lover of this genre would be transported by the phrases describing the lightning flashes through the window, the dark walk through the woods, the eerie atmosphere of a cemetery at night and so on. This type of thing is what I enjoy in this genre and I consistently get it from this book series.


    5. Not a strong series of books, but this was, perhaps, the best of the books so far. The menace seemed real - and although the main protagonist's acceptance of Barnabas as a vampire was contrived, the werewolf menace was fantastically conceived and realized.



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