House of Many Shadows
Meg Rittenhouse fears she is losing her mind. The doctors tell her the strange and disturbing hallucinations she's been experiencing ever since her accident are all in her head, and that, with a little rest, the haunting visions will vanish. But accepting an invitation to stay with her cousin in the country may be the worst decision Meg has ever made. Here, in a remote old house miles from anywhere, the terrible sights and sounds have gotten even worse. Suddenly eerie black shapes dance in the shadows—mocking Meg, haunting her . . . threatening her. And the presence of kind, considerate Andy Brenner, the caretaker, both reassures her and terrifies her—because Andy also sees these dark specters . . .
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Review: House of Many ShadowsUser Review - Stacy - Goodreads
The book was a spooky page turner. The visions combined with the history and geneology made this a great read for me. The real relationship between Meg and Andy was prickly and I enjoyed the ... Read full review
Review: House of Many ShadowsUser Review - Ericka Scott - Goodreads
I found an old edition of this book at a garage sale. I'd read it years ago... and hunkered down to re-read it. Although a bit dated, I enjoyed it every bit as much as I have all of her other books. Just wish the author was still writing in this genre. Read full review