Penultimate volume of a 6 part serial book (sort of like Stephen King's "The Green Mile"). My 13 Y/O daughter devoured the entire set in 2 days this past summer, and loved it.
I have 1, 5, & 6 right now. If I can find the other 3 in my daughter's room (probable, but far from certain), I will ship them all as one book (for 1 credit). In the mean time, I am listing the three that I have separately in case someone needs to fill in a gap.
Ed Becker brings a fine antique dresser home from the old Asylum, a restoration project, an investment. His daughter Amy discovers an old stereoscope with a set of old pictures hidden inside one of the dresser drawers. The pictures, oddly enough, are of his own home, only with different furniture, his grandmother's house perhaps? Ed has prophetic nightmares, vivid, horrible memories brought to life. He tells his wife Bonnie about it, but she tries, unsuccessfully, to convince him otherwise.
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In #5 of the Blackstone Chronicles: attorney Ed Becker spots a antique dresser in a attic and takes it home to restore. Inside the dresser Ed & his daughter, Amy find a set of old pictures and a stereoscope (an old fashioned device that allows you to see images in three dimensions). Oddly, all the photos resemble their home, but the scenes inside the stereoscope bring terrifying memories and eerie images that seem all too real....