For people who haven’t yet heard of him (and if that is you, rectify that immediately), I’m a big fan of horror author Ambrose Ibsen. Every book of his I read I enjoy, my first foray into his world being The Sick House, and now I’m working my way through his Afterlife Investigations Trilogy.
I’d highly recommend checking out his work and, as it happens, he has just released a new haunted house book! I’ve already picked up my copy, and if you are interested now is the time as it’s only $0.99 / £0.99 (which I don’t think will last).
The house at 889 Morgan Road has been empty almost thirty years. Maybe it should have stayed that way.
Kevin Taylor is an internet-famous handyman on a mission: Find a house and renovate it in thirty days. By flipping a derelict house in a month’s time and chronicling the entire thing on video for his online subscribers, he seeks to impress a handful of network TV producers and become a star.
The problems that plague this property will require more than elbow grease to fix, however.
Shadows throughout the home are distorted, and an enigmatic trespasser keeps showing up in his footage. Worse still are the hideous voices that issue from otherwise empty rooms in the dead of night.
Amid mounting dangers, Kevin is forced to meet the house’s shadowed past head-on—a past, he begins to suspect, he wants nothing to do with. Armed only with the hearsay of locals and the frightening clues he’s uncovered within the home, he attempts to find out what led to the house’s abandonment while juggling his strenuous renovation projects.
What he uncovers is horrible beyond imagination. All signs seem to be pointing to one thing: