At first, Laura Sherman is thrilled to meet a fresh face, but will her relationship with the man next door go too far before she realizes he's not what he seems? Detective Andrew McGrath knows the only way to find six girls that have vanished without a trace is to get close to the suspect's wife - but will he get too close? Robert Barnett, a disgraced scientist, receives a shocking message that could change the world. But when a nationwide manhunt has him on the run for his life, will his dream discovery turn into a nightmare? Print run 500,000.
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The house next door to the Kennedys appears to be haunted by an all-pervasive evil, and the couple watches as a succession of owners becomes engulfed by the sinister force, until the Kennedys set out to destroy the house themselves.
For her own mysterious reasons, Grace Page is on a quest to uncover the stories of everyone who ever lived in the house next door to where she grew up in Pittsburgh. Over the course of her interviews, she finds out about a former pro football player and his forsaken wife, the rebellious kid who set the town's woods on fire, a suspended judge facing his own trial, a hotshot high-tech salesman gone rogue, neighbors locked in a bizarre, escalating feud, a troubled veteran and his desperate mother, and a washed-up advertising legend struggling with his faith. The biggest secrets Grace learns, however, are the ones that hit closest to home.
Prepare to scream! Having grown up in the country with woods to explore and lakes to swim in, Matt isn't exactly thrilled when his parents move to a new subdivision of cookie-cutter houses an hour east of Toronto. But he's determined to make the most of the move. His little sister Sophie, on the other hand, is absolutely miserable. That is, until they discover that the house next door -- an old stone farmhouse, whose owners have stubbornly refused to sell to developers -- has a horse! Sophie doesn't care if the horse is past its ′ maybe whoever lives next door might even let her ride it if she helps care for it. Which would be a great plan . . . if only the horse and its owners weren't already dead! Haunted is a series of standalone middle-grade fiction, perfect for fans of Goosebumps and Haunted Canada! Packed with action, genuine chills, and some healthy doses of humour to cut the tension, these novels are set in towns and cities across Canada. Prepare to scream!
On a dare from her brother Charlie, Emma explores a spooky house, only to discover that the spirit inhabiting the house has been waiting for her, convinced that she has a role to play in the reenactment of a doomed love affair.
A new year means new frights for party guests at the Peterson home… It’s New Year’s Eve, and for the three Peterson sisters, that means their family’s huge bash. Their house is the perfect place for a party—if you don’t mind the drive. That’s because the Petersons live way out at the edge of town, where there are no other houses for miles…except for the old one next door that’s been abandoned for as long as anyone can remember. The Peterson girls have seen strange things going on at that house over years, but they’ve always been able to dismiss them. Until now. This New Year’s Eve, the mysteries hidden in the house want to be discovered. And they won’t be ignored any longer… This haunting tale is rated a Level 4 on the Creep-o-Meter.
The House Next Door tells the story of a dysfunctional family seprated by more than thirty years, dealing with a dark secret that threatens national security. Scott Keen, a reporter, details the action in this love lost, love found again thriller. This is the first of the Scott Keen trilogy.
I, Julia Bradford, write this story to you the readers to tell you of the happenings of my life when my first big mystery was upon me. I was in my early twenties, a widow with a son. At least I thought I was a widow. It seemed that I was all alone in the world after my husband’s death was announced. I was eighteen then and about to have a baby. I had my son three months after the wreck that took my husband away. Later on he came back; it was about three years after the wreck occurred. I was at the wedding of a friend. Several months after my friend’s marriage, I discovered that it had happened again—I was going to have a baby. I had a girl—Cynthia Darlene. Both my children have grown up. Jeff is a surgeon like his late father. Cindy was murdered one evening at her home; she left in the world a baby and her husband. I shall tell you a small portion about my daughter’s death. It was a dark, stormy night; she was sitting on the lounge in the sitting room. She heard a noise and went into the kitchen to investigate, where she was murdered in cold blood. When she saw the thief, she screamed and the baby started crying. A neighbor heard the baby and came over to the house to find the back door open and Cindy lying on the floor dead. She called Cindy’s husband and he came home from work. I will tell you more about her death later on in the future. Right now I shall indulge to tell you about the past—my past as I solved this and many other mysteries in my hometown.
I live next to a haunted house. And now that a new owner has moved in, the spirits are waking up.