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Publisher's Summary

AD 1298 - Findlater Castle in the Scottish Highlands becomes a place of mystery and doom for Jamison Munro and his wife, Havilland. Traveling across the highlands one dark and stormy night, they stumble upon a lonely Host in Findlater Castle, a pathetic soul waiting for his wife to return to him. It is a terrible tale of a tragic love story that the Host tells the travelers but when Havilland becomes curious about mysterious tapping sounds that go on in the middle of the night, she soon realizes the danger that she and her husband are in. It becomes a race against time for Havilland to free a trapped spirit and save both their lives in the process.
©2016 Kathryn Le Veque (P)2017 Kathryn Le Veque
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sue Ann LeSuer on 06-05-18

Despicable Characters

There are ugly, mean, self-centered characters. The action in the village is written without fluff. Conditions are dire! The few good characters have to navigate through and around many challenges. At the end however, to quote the raven, "Never more."

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4 out of 5 stars
By Dianne on 05-20-18

The Raven?

The surprising adventure of Clan Chief Jamison Munro and his wife Lady Havilland on a deep dark stormy night as they travel home to Scotland that becomes a fearsome night fraught with the Raven and a Host out of horror tales. With Jamison sick with fever and things not quite right that set both of them on edge morning can't come soon enough of will it?

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