Over the course of one life-changing summer, on the turbulent shores of Lake Superior, where secrets and spirits are carried by the wind and waves, Brynn Wilder has a haunting experience in store. But more than that, over those fateful weeks spent at a mysterious boardinghouse, she’ll also experience life and death, and love and happiness.
This layered tale goes far beyond frightening dreams and spooky whispers in the dark (though, rest assured, it has plenty of both). Within these captivating pages, Wendy Webb expertly explores the many things that can haunt us in life—ghosts, yes, but also words left unspoken, loved ones gone before their time, broken hearts that never mended...
In The Haunting of Brynn Wilder, Webb has crafted an evocative ghost story that kept me awake and turning pages late into the night (with the lights on, of course), terrified to find out the truth behind the dead body found in room number five and the pull Brynn feels toward its locked doors. And at the same time, this novel is bursting with authentic and emotional relationships that left me utterly enthralled. If you are looking for an intoxicating read with both heart-pounding suspense and a heart-wrenching love story, I dare you to dive into these pages.
— Alicia Clancy, Editor