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"The Summer Children" by Dot Hutchison
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After a brief prologue and the introduction of all the characters, the story follows Westmore, a reporter who has been hired to determine the secrets behind some murders which occurred by her husband at a huge mansion. Westmore soon gets set up at the house along with two assistants and four psychics; the investigations start turning up weird event after weird event. Before we know it, paranormal events are happening daily and are taken as normal. Stranger and stranger events unfold. And a supernatural charge within the house builds until the climatic ending. All in all, a very exciting and mostly spooky read that I highly recommend.
This one actually had an intriguing plot, or at least instriguing enough to hold my attention.
A huge massacre takes place in this mansion. The owner goes missing and his wife seeks out different psychics (all having different gifts) to try and figure out what happened the night of the massacre but more importantly, where is her husband? And what was he trying to accomplish the night of the massacre?
I did read it till the end, enjoyed several passages of it, but if you expect a novel like "Family tradition", you'll not find satisfaction here.
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Extraordinary novel. Edward Lee is a master of the macabre.Read more