curse of misty hollow

Curse Of Misty Hollow by D. Allen Rutherford

D. Allen Rutherford

D. Allen Rutherford's CURSE OF MISTY HOLLOW is a chilling tale of horror, suspense and mystery. It has been described as "a novel that will haunt the reader forever."In this story we follow the life of a young woman from an affluent suburban family who moves into an old mansion in the country and finds herself on a journey to uncover her past, which is both terrifying and gripping. As she slowly discovers more about her past, she becomes drawn into a labyrinth of secrets her father has kept locked away for decades, and begins to question everything she believes about herself and how she was raised. She must navigate the darkness of this house, while trying to find out who or what is living in it. The surface seems benign but there are things hidden in its dark corners

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Curse of Misty Hollow is the first book in the series, but it can also be read as a stand-alone novel.This book is about two young women who are caught up in a horrific mystery. They are forced to stay up until midnight and endure dreadful activities that will drive them insane.Reckless Callie Taggert, a young woman, is determined to find the truth behind a century-old curse that has been passed down through generations. She must
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Dear Linda,I cried as much as I read your book! I have been a long-time fan of yours, and I am thrilled to have gotten a chance to read it in the current volume of your writing.Your writing is lovely, and the story is well-told. It's a great book. But please don't stop there. You are an amazing writer. You must continue to write! And then write more! And then write even more!If you ever
I needed to write a literature review about Curse Of Misty Hollow and The Violets Of March books. I read Curse Of Misty Hollow with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. D. Allen Rutherford is a wonderful writer.