Does malevolence exist beyond the grave? An extract from the diary of Eleanor Harmsworth, governess at Waldegrave Hall, dated Wednesday 11 October 1899: At first, I was utterly transfixed, but as I summoned the courage to move, so the presence hurriedly glided past me and, similar to a heated knife slicing through a block of cold butter, went straight through the closed door of my bedchamber and disappeared. If ever an event were created to determine the mettle of an individual, then exposing a person to a chilling spectacle such as this would surely test the nerve of any mortal. In this extraordinary novel, author Gordon Punter, delivers a story about courage, risk, change and hope, and a love that never dies.
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|Size: ||1.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||AG Books|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781785385599 (DRM-PDF)|
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