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The Haunted HOUSE OF LIESSomething Was Terribly Wrong Jennifer Stone S Brother, In Vietnam, Hadn T Heard From His Wife Marcy For Six Months, And Jennifer Had To Find Out Why But She Had Hardly Arrived At The Barnsted Farm, Where Marcy Was Staying, When Uncle Horace Barnsted Tried To Drive Her Away.Even Aunt Elna Barnsted, Who Welcomed Jennifer S Presence, Hardly Seemed Trustworthy, And Handsome Young Lyman Parks, Friendly Enough At First, Suddenly Turned Hostile As For Marcy, She Had Changed Shockingly A Mental Breakdown Had Turned The Once Beautiful Girl Into A Frightened Child, Incapable Of Speaking Her Secret.There Were Explanations, Of Course Elna Had Explanations For Everything But Somehow They Just Didn T Ring True Jennifer Had Never Before Known Such An Atmosphere Of Falsehood And Deceit, Of Lives With Secrets Desperately Concealed And Slowly It Dawned On Her That The Barnsteds No Longer Wanted Her To Leave The Farm In Fact, If They Had Their Way, She Would Never Leave Not Alive, That Is


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10 thoughts on “The Haunted

  1. says:

    The Haunted started off tense and remained so for the entire book It gave me the same sort of on edge feeling that Iain Reid s I m Thinking of Ending Things gave me, though I did not like that book very much.Jennifer Stone went to the Barnsted Farm to check on her brother s wife Marcy, whom he hadn t heard from in


  2. says:

    I do enjoy these Gothic romances from the 70 s This one was sillier than most, and the elliptical plot made my head spin, but I kept reading The Deus ex machina ending was contrived than most and the squeeze the romance into the last two pages classic 3 s...


  3. says:

    As the other reviewer mentioned, this book is not great However, you don t read Alice Brennan 1913 1973 for a good book you read it for atmosphere, a certain breathlessness and a lot of similes, some of which work, many of which don t Par...


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