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The Haunting of Whitecrest Estate

In a small town rests a hallowed estate shrouded in secrecy. 

Mystery and horror surround a long-abandoned estate, seemingly forgotten by the town. 

What was thought to be a new beginning for Julia soon devolves into an endless nightmare of hidden secrets and a troubled past best left unturned.

The Haunting of Abram Mansion

A riveting new haunted house mystery that will keep you guessing until the end!

When Peyton and Benjamin Fletcher inherit a dilapidated house in the quiet town of Falconwood, Connecticut, from Peyton’s grandfather, all they want to do is get rid of it. Unfortunately, the will stipulates that the couple must live in the house for a minimum of six months before they sell it. 

As Peyton and Ben try to make the best of the situation, Peyton discovers the house is inhabited by ghosts, and they aren’t happy with the mansion’s new occupants.

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 18-03-2021

Excellent

Setting is one you would think of out in the woods, haunted, and secrets hidden untold for years. Excellent plot and narration added to this chilling story. Well done and enjoyed. Given audio for my voluntary review

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  • D.L. Howard
  • 15-04-2021

Not for me

I did not care for the characters in either book. I'm not sure if it is the story, or the narrator, maybe a combination of the two. The second book in this boxeset was the worst. I claim my nerdom, but I found myself embarrassed when someone heard the ridiculous characterization of Sammy(in the second book). Also, the second book wanted desperately to be a comedy but didn't make it.

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