Distrubance on Berry Hill Author:Elizabeth Fenwick it had been quite deliberate in each case, not any sort if accidental encounter, but none of it had seemed very serious at the time-just, well, disturbing.First the prowler at Maggie's. He hadn't done anything except knock Dolly's picture onto the floor and cracked the glass. Then someone had pushed Lou from behind while she was putting out the ... more »garbage after dinner. And Susan...Well even Jack, her husband, said that she had given herself the fright, that nobody else had been there.
The seven households on Berry Hill had inherited the tradition of being a family group. And as country people do, even though in this case they were really suburbanites, they tried to meet their problems together.This one, however, was to reveal secrets they would wish, they could put from their minds.
This is a fascinating and terrifying tale that is all too plausible for the reader's comfort.« less