The House That Death Built by John Llewellyn Probert

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The Dark Manor isn't just any old haunted house. Built on the site of a stone circle, from bricks saturated with pain and agony, windows that have seen terror beyond insanity, and doors that would scream if the wood from which they were fashioned could voice the appalling acts to which they have been witness, the house was designed with evil in mind and deliberately constructed to bring William Marx, the wealthy industrialist who built it, into contact with the spirit world. But Marx hasn't been seen since he entered the repository of death and madness that is The Dark Manor, and neither have any of the people who have gone looking for him. Now Sir Anthony Calverton has purchased it and needs the place investigating properly, which of course calls for some proper supernatural investigators. You are cordially invited to join Mr Massene Henderson and Miss Samantha Jephcott, specialists in paranormal adventure, as they embark on their most perilous case to date. Who will survive The House that Death Built? Only time and the pages within will tell

About John Llewellyn Probert

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John Llewellyn Probert is the author of the Gray Friar Press short story collections THE FACULTY OF TERROR (Children of the Night award) and THE CATACOMBS OF FEAR, both of which emulate the style of the anthology movies of the British company Amicus. His other collections include COFFIN NAILS (Ash Tree Press) and AGAINST THE DARKNESS (Screaming Dreams). Mr. Probert is a Full Member of the Welsh National Literature Promotion Agency and Society for Authors' 'Academi'.
Published October 3, 2012 by Atomic Fez Publishing. 232 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The Dark Manor, constructed atop one of England's ancient stone circles, radiates malevolence and hostility. Wealthy industrialist William Marx built the house in hopes of connecting with the spirit world, though Marx was never seen again after he entered the house. Its current owner, Sir Anthony...

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