A woman and her family move into the English manor she inherits from a mother she had never known--the same place where her young brothers died--and are harassed by occult happenings, the effects of a centuries-old curse. Reprint. AB. "
How wrong they were.Joss starts hearing childrens voices and white roses start to appear on her pillow.After the birth of her second son Ned, things really start to happen.Tom starts having terrible nightmares and mysterious bruises appear on his
arms and legs. When Ned disappears and is finally found in one of the attic rooms Luke begins to think Joss is responsible. As the secrets of the old house unfold Joss realises that her sons lives are in danger. She enlists the help of a previous colleague David and together they try and fight the ghosts that threaten them.
From the first page to the very last this book was compelling . The combination of terror and historic events made it very hard to put down. Thank you Barbara Erskine,for a wonderful read.
Yes, (G), I did like this story. I listened to the unabridged audio version. I love being read too, but even as much as I love it, as I said this work could easily have been cut in half to pick up the pacing and none of the story would have been lost.
This is my first exposure to Ms. Erskine and I did like this book well enough to try her other books.