Julian's House

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Ticknor & Fields, 1989 - Ghost stories - 354 pages
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Already compared to Edgar Allan Poe, Henry James, and Stephen King, first novelist Judith Hawkes' Julian's House features a haunted house--but is no ordinary ghost story. Newly wed parapsychologists David and Sally are not afraid to move into a haunted house, until they find that there is no safe place in the house--especially not in each other's arms.

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User Review  - Cassandra Shepherd - Goodreads

This book was well written, no doubt. A lot of detail, most of it unnecessary ..both characters I just wanted to smack, especially the woman. How the hell do you get into the paranormal as a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rob Bliss - Goodreads

This is a slow ghost story. Takes a while for things to happen, and the twist ending you can guess long before the ending. Most of the book is taken up with descriptions ... of everything. Scenery ... Read full review


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