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Ghost House
Ghost House
Author: Norman Berrow
Peter and Marilyn Somerset are motoring home from a wedding along the English coast when a violent storm forces them to seek refuge in an isolated house situated on a small island. Crossing the rickety bridge to refuge they spot a man washed up on shore, and rescue him, bringing three uninvited guests into the "Ghost House." Supposedly...  more »
ISBN: 287050
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 245
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Publisher: Ramble House
Book Type: Paperback
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An okay story, but not a gripping page-turner. This story was written just as the war in Europe was about to start; it was revised many years later, and is supposedly much different.

The writing is a bit old-fashioned, and although it's part ghost-story, it is mostly a mystery/thriller that reminded me a bit of The 39 Steps (although it all takes place in the house.) I thought it was a little too wordy and could have been trimmed a bit, but it was an okay read.


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