Picture the Dead
"A perfectly haunting combination."
"I loved Picture the Dead. Eerie, romantic, moody, and immersive. A beautifully illustrated gothic delight!"
"A tour de force, a remarkable feat of visual and verbal storytelling, as playful as it is serious, as haunting as it is delightful."
Jennie feels the tingling presence of something unnatural in the house now that Will is dead.
Her heart aches without him, and she still doesn't know how he really died. It seems that everywhere she turns, someone is hiding yet another clue. As Jennie seeks the truth, she finds herself drawn ever deeper into a series of tricks and lies, secrets and betrayals, and begins to wonder if she had every really known Will at all.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - GLMW - LibraryThing
A strong female protagonist must deal with the deaths of her brother and fiance after the Civil War. All is not what it seems, as she tries to make sense of ghostly visitations, treachurous relatives and mysterious clues all leading to the ultimate betrayal. Read full review
Courtesy of Mother Daughter Book Club.comUser Review - CHudson - Borders
Jennie Lovell has suffered much tragedy in her 16 years. Her parents died, her twin brother was killed fighting in the Civil War, and now her fiancť/cousin has also fallen on the battlefield. The aunt ... Read full review