When thirty-eight year old Jess Green tries to start a new life in a tiny Ontario village, far away from the mad world, she learns that madness will always find her. Eleven spirits, most of them victims of one insidious murderer, inhabit the old house she bought. Until they have retribution... read more
“I’ve always known there were far more terrifying things beneath the moon than wandering souls and store-bought monsters. Shit, there are demons within a human brain that would make Lucifer himself hide in the deepest pits of hell, quivering like an injured moth.”Jess Green
“"Oh, you’re gonna love Miss Marcie.” He laughed, a chuffing, barking sound that made my teeth ache. “A frog can’t fart within fifty miles and she doesn’t know about it.””Constable Jimmy Harrison
“I considered leaving the house, but I refused to be run off by a spirit with a shitty sense of humour.”Jess Green
“The woman who stepped out of the car was one of those dynamite grannies. You know the type: a tiny little package, dressed to the nines, with full make-up, wearing a gallon of perfume and a can of hairspray, baking cookies with one hand while she mops the floor with the other. She can solve all your problems with a few wise words and packs enough energy to make you tired just watching her. Yeah, that type.”John Green
“"'He hangs out in the attic? How cliché." My gallows humour nudged to the fore.”Jess Green
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