A lonely, absent friend . . . Bill and Frances hadn't seen Mabel since her husband died. When she invited Bill and Frances out for some quiet weeks on her palatial estate, the place felt so deeply, spiritually _wrong_ that neither one of them wanted to sleep alone. It was a place that was very, very wrong, a place where nothing came to completion. Perhaps it was haunted. Perhaps it was worse. (Jacketless library hardcover.)
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Published May 17, 2012
by Borgo Press.
Literature & Fiction, Horror.