A Chilling Ghost Story With A Twist The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Winter People Returns To The Woods Of Vermont To Tell The Story Of A Husband And Wife Who Don T Simply Move Into A Haunted House, They Start Building One From Scratch, Without Knowing It, Until It S Too Late In A Quest For A Simpler Life, Helen And Nate Abandon The Comforts Of Suburbia And Their Teaching Jobs To Take Up Residence On Forty Four Acres Of Rural Land Where They Will Begin The Ultimate, Aspirational Do It Yourself Project Building The House Of Their Dreams When They Discover That This Charming Property Has A Dark And Violent Past, Helen, A Former History Teacher, Becomes Consumed By The Legend Of Hattie Breckenridge, A Woman Who Lived And Died There A Century Ago As Helen Starts Carefully Sourcing Decorative Building Materials For Her Home Wooden Beams, Mantles, Historic Bricks She Starts To Unearth, And Literally Conjure, The Tragic Lives Of Hattie S Descendants, Three Generations Of Breckenridge Women, Each Of Whom Died Amidst Suspicion, And Who Seem To Still Be Seeking Something Precious And Elusive In The Present Day.
I m the author of seven suspense novels, including Promise Not to Telll, The Winter People, and most recently, The Night Sister I live in central Vermont with my partner and daughter, in an old Victorian that some neighbors call The Addams Family house.
- 353 pages
- The Invited
- Jennifer McMahon
- 24 December 2017 Jennifer McMahon