House of Many Shadows
They said she was seeing things that it was all in her head. After the accident, Meg Rittenhouse began to experience hallucinations-strange, disturbing sights and sounds that couldn't possibly be real. The doctor said her mind was playing tricks on her. All she needed was rest, and the visions would go away. So Meg accepted her cousins invitation to stay at the old house in the country, hoping the change of scenery would help. But the hallucinations didn't stop, in fact they got worse.
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Review: House of Many ShadowsUser Review - Goodreads
This is a just "okay" little mystery/ ghost story with a somewhat interesting plot but weak characters. I always forget that Barbara Michaels was writing in the 60's and 70's, and thus the way the ... Read full review
Review: House of Many ShadowsUser Review - Angie - Goodreads
This was my first book by Barbara Michaels, and I'm embarrassed to admit I had never heard of her until a few months ago. Man, did I not realize what I was missing! This is American gothic--spooky ... Read full review