Nine Days by Iris Graham

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"When a series of eerie events began happening around the Lewis home, nobody knew what to make of it. While they pondered this phenomenon, Liz-the matriarch-a robust woman, became suddenly, inexplicably ill. The family doctor confounded everyone with his diagnosis: nothing was wrong that a few days' rest wouldn't cure.
Her condition worsened; concern turned to panic. A friend suggested they visit a psychic-a taboo in that family. In desperation and defiance, Adelene, young and headstrong, secretly plotted to make the visit despite her doubts. Encouraged by certain revelations, she took her ailing mother into the mysterious world of the occult.
Yet the terror that haunted their home continued. A child disappears, only to turn up wounded and silent. When he speaks, his hair-raising tale leaves siblings questioning his sanity. But the worst was yet to come."

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Published November 25, 2002 by iUniverse. 168 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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The Gleaner

"All clothes were starched, including underwear," the author writes, and then proceeds to explain the tedious process of ironing - using irons that were made from pure iron (including the handles) and the various agents used to clean them.

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