**Please note - this is a novella-length piece of fiction (about 20 thousand words)** It is 2014. Beatrice and Mike Dunhill are finally moving into a house of their own, Number Thirteen, Manor Close. Part of the brand new Asharton Estate, Number Thirteen is built on the remains of the original Asharton Manor which was destroyed in a fire in 1973. Still struggling a little from the recent death of her mother, Beatrice is happy to finally have a home of her own a until she begins to experience some strange happenings that, try as she might, she canat explain away. Her husband Mike seems unconvinced and only her next door neighbour Mia seems to understand Beatriceas growing fear of her home. What is the mysterious shadow up on the landing? Why do things keep moving around in the house and who is whispering to her late at night? Uncertain of her own judgement and fearful that she is slipping back into the mental ill health that plagued her before, Beatrice must confront what lies beneath the beautiful surface of the Asharton Estate. But can she do so without losing her mind a or her life? Number Thirteen, Manor Close is the final novella in the Asharton Manor Mysteries series: a four part series of novellas spanning the twentieth century. Each standalone story uses Asharton Manor as the backdrop to a devious and twisting crime mystery, from bestselling crime writer Celina Grace, author of The Kate Redman Mysteries.I couldna#39;t see my Kindle anywhere. Had Mike moved it? But how could he have done, when hea#39;d left the house before I did that day? I knew Ia#39;d left it there, on the kitchen table by the pot of pens that stood in the middle. Muttering, I went upstairs anbsp;...
|Title||:||Number Thirteen, Manor Close|
|Publisher||:||Celina Grace -|