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Welcome to the Blackwood House. Enter if you dare.

In Savannah, lies a house about which is said that all who have ever lived there have gone insane. When Kimberly and Joseph inherit the house from an unknown aunt, they don’t know the house’s murderous history. 

They move in, and soon, a series of strange events occur. It’s like the house doesn’t want them there. Little by little, Joseph starts to change, and soon, Kimberly begins to wonder: Is the house haunted, or is her husband just going mad?

Jack Ryder and Shannon King have run away from the press and paparazzi to Savannah to get married. They are preparing for their wedding, when they stumble upon a young girl sitting alone on the docks at the harbor at night.

She doesn’t seem to have any parents, nor does she know where she lives. Her feet are bare, and she has nowhere to go. They take her in for the night, but as they try to pull out information from her, bizarre stories are revealed, and soon, they start to speculate about the girl.

Is she telling the truth or hiding unsettling secrets of her own?

From the Amazon number one best-selling author comes a fast-paced novel that serves up a double dose of nail-biting, chilling suspense, twists, and shocking revelations! Scroll up and buy the audiobook today.

©2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Willow Rose (P)2020 Willow Rose

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  • Paula B
  • 18-12-2020

Awesome story... 5star

Start with book one. They are all Great...
Black Jack an Awesome Suspenseful Mystery. You will not believe, the Chilling things happening in this story.
Wow.... Its Exciting and Creepy at the same time!
The narrator is perfect. You won't be disappointed.
Thank you Willow Rose for writing this Awesome series. 👍

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  • Nicole Posey
  • 09-10-2020

Chilling

Wow!!! Starting this on this book number, I am somewhat lost in beginning but the end.. Tragic parts along with messed up scenes. In all though together it is one heck of a thriller!!! Chills you to the bones!!

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  • Falmouth
  • 25-08-2020

Very Exciting and Suspenseful

I've been enjoying reading the Jack Ryder series and I think this is the best so far. Jack and Shannon have gone to Savannah to get married. Their kids are with them, and more family is on the way. They stumble upon a strange girl who isn't giving them a full story about who she is and where she came from. There are two story lines, one from 25 or so years ago and the one going on in 2016. Their lives get even more frazzled and scary as the story progresses.

This story is so well told and the characters are great. I think the author has done a fine job weaving the historical story with the current one. It's suspenseful and I wanted to complete the book in one session. I listened to the audio version and I think the narrator did his best job yet with this series. I highly recommend it for a mature audience because of the subject matter.

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  • Julie
  • 27-05-2020

On a winning streak

Okay still don't know what to think about this book and a little bit freaked out. I think I would call this more of a sci-fi or horror story than a mystery. I did like it but that is because this is the four Jack Ryder book I have listened to and know the characters, not sure what I would have make of it if this had been the first. Like the previous books the story jumps in time and tells the story from a number of perspectives but this book seemed a lot darker. Not necessarily the manner of the deaths (which have been quite painful) but In the telling of the story and tension it builds. I hope the next books returns to more of a mystery, don't get me wrong I did like it but it wasn't what I was expecting and I am now ducking when birds fly by.
A family is brutality murdered, a father driven in sane and a room set up with a chair of torture these are all happenings in on house, a house that is on the ghost tour in Savannah. Jack and Shannon trying to duck away from the press decide to have there wedding in Savannah, away from prying eyes and a simple ceremony with just family. Before the big day and after taking the ghost tour Jack finds a young girl all on her own and acting strangely. With no choice Jack takes her home with them to get to the bottom of her story and reunite her with her parents. Everything seems new to her and it is not long before Jack and Shannon work out that something isn't right and the girl clams up every time someone else tries to talk to her. What happened to this little girl? And who is the doctor she talks about ? Or the ghosts she has to consult with before she does anything? The more they can get her to talk the more they learn that she might not have been alone in her suffering. They reunite the girl with her parents but In doing so tragedy hits there family and they find they need the help of one strange little girl. One that might just be able to help them find there son and lay some of the ghost story's to rest once and for all.
The author changed the narrator for this book and I think he did a much better job than the previous one and I found I didn't need to speed him up to enjoy. I hope he sticks around for the next book.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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