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The House that Death Built

by John Llewellyn Probert

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For my parents, Mair & Graham; who let me read all those weird books and watch all those weird films
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Demons? Ghouls? Zombies? Something weirder? Something worse?
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The Dark Manor was built on the site of a stone circle, from bricks saturated with pain and agony, windows that have seen terror beyond insanity, and doors that would scream if they could. The house was designed with evil and mind and to bring William Marx, the man who built it, in contact with the spirit world. Marx hasn't been seen since he entered the house and neither has anyone who has gone looking for him. The new owner, Sir Anthony Calverton, hires Massene Henderson and Samantha Jephcott, specialists in paranormal adventure, to properly investigate the house.… (more)

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Atomic Fez Publishing

3 editions of this book were published by Atomic Fez Publishing.

Editions: 0986642452, 0986642460, 0986642479

 

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