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'Her forte is mood, atmosphere and the toe-curling frisson.' Sunday Times
‘Readers of Barbara Erskine are held in thrall’
‘Stephen King meeting Ruth Rendell’
'Barbara Erskine's storytelling talent is undeniable' The Times
The past isn't always dead or buried…
When Joss Grant, adopted at birth, inherits Belheddon Hall – a beautyful old house on the East Anglian coast – it is like a dream come true. Eager to begin a new life there with Luke, her husband, and Tom, her small son, she is also impatient to find out about her newly discovered family who lived there for generations.
But not long after they move in, Tom wakes screaming at night. Joss hears echoing voices and senses an invisible presence, watching her from the shadows. Are they spirits from the past? Or is she imagining them? As she learns, with mounting horror, of Belheddon's tragic and dramatic history, her fear grows very real, for she realises that both her family and her own sanity are at the mercy of a violent and powerful energy which seems beyond anyone's control.
"Stephen King meeting Ruth Rendell"
"Vivid, romantic and deliciously scary…Erskine at her storytelling best"
What a Brilliant book..Loved the story, . could hardly put it down! looking forward to reading more by Barbara erskinePublished 1 month ago by miss.happy85
Typical Barbara Erskine book - full of scary moments - great.Published 3 months ago by Barbara Smith
I loved this book,couldn't put it down! it will keep you on the edge of your seat! Don't read it if you are in the house alone!Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Fantastic read and one of these books you couldn't put down. Good story line and highly recommended.Published 3 months ago by poppie