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The Haunting of Gawthorpe House: A Paranormal Mystery by Jack Lewis

The Haunting of Gawthorpe House: A Paranormal MysteryJack Lewis

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A nice family. A second chance. Lots and lots of secrets.

Scarlett is hesitant when she inherits her childhood home. She hasn’t been there in decades, and the manor holds memories she shouldn’t confront. But it’s a new chance for her family. If they can restore the aging house, they can make a life for themselves.

Things start to go wrong very, very quickly.

Shadows lurking in the hallways… nails scratching on the walls… cold breath on the back of their necks.

As Scarlett and Trevor explore the manor, they unravel dark family secrets best left undisturbed. At the center is someone who once owned the house, who doesn’t care much for its new occupants.

And just because he died centuries ago, doesn’t mean his work is finished.

Enter the halls of Gawthorpe Manor and begin the paranormal mystery that will keep you turning the pages all night.

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Conjure Wife by Fritz Leiber

Conjure WifeFritz Leiber

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A professor discourages his wife’s witchcraft to disastrous ends in this Hugo Award–winning novel–that inspired three films–by the Grand Master of Fantasy.

Ethnology professor Norman Saylor is shocked to discover that his wife, Tansy, has been putting his research on “Conjure Magic” into practice. She only wants to protect him from the other spell-casting faculty wives who would stop at nothing to advance their husbands’ careers. But Norman, as a man of science, demands she put an end to it. And when Tansy’s last charm is burned . . . Norman’s life starts falling apart.

First, Norman has a disastrous run-in with a former protégé. Then his student secretary accuses him of seducing her. He’s even passed over for a promotion that had been certain. Plus he’s become exceedingly accident prone: from shaving to carpet tacks to letter openers, hazards are suddenly everywhere. At his wit’s end, he begins to worry that a dark presence is exploiting his fear of trucks. But the worst is yet to come–when Tansy takes his curse upon herself. Now, in order to save his wife, Norman must overcome his disbelief and embrace the dark magic he disdains.

Winner of the 1944 Retrospective Hugo Award, Conjure Wife is widely celebrated as a modern classic of horror-fantasy and has been adapted for film three times: Burn, Witch Burn (1962), Weird Woman (1944), and Witch’s Brew (1980).

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The Passenger (Surviving the Dead) by James Cook

The Passenger (Surviving the Dead)James Cook

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A single bite is all it takes.

During the Outbreak, like billions of others, a man finds himself infected with the Phage. Desperate to spare his family from watching him become a walking nightmare, he flees. Soon after, he is dead.

Two years later, he wakes up.

Not in the afterlife, but in his own body. Trapped, unable to control the monster that carries him, and forced to witness the horror of its existence.

A hundred miles away, Sergeant Ethan Thompson thinks he has seen the worst the apocalypse has to offer.

He is wrong.

Following the trail of a dying madman, he will embark on a journey of vengeance that will test the limits of his sanity. Along the way, he will learn that there is no justice at the end of the world. There is only the living and the dead, and in between, there is The Passenger.

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