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Angry House

Alexis Kennedy

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Rhett Shaw is a widowed author with a lot on his mind. The noise of Brooklyn has drowned out all of his ideas for stories, so in order to get back to the basics and his career, he decides to make a move to the countryside in Vermont. The white wooden house nestled deep inside the privacy of the woods looked perfect. Sure, it was run down, but it was quiet, secluded, and it appeared vacant.
Immediately after moving into his new residence and beginning repairs, Rhett starts to notice odd things happening around the house—his tools aren't where he leaves them, appliances come on by themselves, he hears noises rattling through the walls, and sometimes he feels like he's not alone. At first, he ignores it because inspiration hits, and his book seems to start writing itself. Characters come alive and embed themselves deep inside his thoughts—and maybe, he wonders, his actions. The rampage of theft and murder he describes in the book is plaguing the once quiet Vermont community, but he can’t tell if he’s describing the crimes before they’re committed or after.
But is it too late to run now that the house has taken a hold of him?

General Horror General Suspense
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by Brandy W.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I am a bit late on leaving my review because of a malfunction with my tablet then I got sick. I realized what I had done and picked up the book.
Once I started I couldn't stop. Every moment I had I spent reading. I love this book. It leaves you questioning so many things right to the end. Unlike most books like it when you know who did what early in the book, this one has kept me guessing. I hope there is more in this series.

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Awesomely Spooky!

by DragonMom

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Absolutely loved this book. Kept me on the edge of my seat --- guessing about what will happen next. Kept me turning pages late into the night.
Would definitely recommend this book to others.