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I always love a good ghost book and this one takes the cake! Ambrose has this kind of supernatural horror nailed to the floor - he never disappoints. A great mix of mystery, spooks, fueled characters and a solid dose of generally fantastic writing. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a ghost story! <br/><br/>I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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Jack and Darcy RIpley had moved from Sacramento, .Ca to Cleveland, Ohio to Cutler Maine, with their two daughters, Amy, fourteen and Abegaile, six. Today the Realtor was running low on houses and he slowed them a house, Winthrop House on Winthrop Road, by the sea that had been recently restored. He told them it was besutiful, but had a not too pleasing past. The people in town considered it haunted because of strange happenings reported by past occupants and reports of disappearances. Jack and Darcy didn't believe in ghost stories so he bought it, they moved in and began a new life by the sea. Jack had written a few books that hit the #1 on the list, Darcy had always wanted a Colonial house by the sea and now her dream was coming true. It was after lunch, Jack suggested they go check out the town and have dinner. In town everyone shunned away when they found out where the lived. Later that evening they stopped in at the towns only Itilian restaurant for dinner. After asking if they were just visiting? Darcy said no we Bought a house on Winthroup Road the waitress and restaurant customers stared and shuned them too. Hearing this a old man named Benjamin, a retired Lawyer, came over and introduced himself with a apology for the disturbance. Jack offered him a seat and asked if he had any knowledge as to the reception his family was receiving when their house was mentioned? Ben began his story. He said his Father told him their was something strange phenenom surrounding the land his house was built on. Both the Native Americans and Colonist wounln't bury their dead there. He said it was built before the Great Depression, but the mysteriousness began much eairler. Ben said during the constructing of the house the contractor discovered a large cavity while digging the foundation. They just filled it in, fortified it and built the house over it. He said after the market crashed in 1929, it was deserted and only occupied by drifters and hobos who seemed to vanish, never seen again. Other people seemed to die there under strange circumstance, but had terrified looks on their faces. The last ones to occupy the house in 1963 were Franklin and Roberta Standbar. They had a little girl vanish without a trace in 1963. Roberta moved into town, but Frank stayed there. Did Jack and Darcy find her dream house, start a new life, live happy ever after or was this their worst nightmare? This is a great horror keep you wanting to keep this audio book running. It is like a TV series that you have to watch more episodes because if you stop it keeps you hanging. It is not suitable for under teens. It will keep you up all night checking the closets, rooms and under the beds of the youngsters. Well written and narriated. Enjoy!
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