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FIC DUN
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First Kensington hardcover edition.
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279 pages ; 22 cm.
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"Inheriting a nearby farm with a big catch-forgotten diaries must be recovered, edited and published across the internet within one month-Mikki stumbles upon an eerie cold case from the past that she must solve in order to complete her task"-- Provided by publisher.
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9781496726896
1496726898
Sealed off / Barbara Ross. Ross, Barbara, 1953-
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FIC ROS
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246 pages ; 17 cm.
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When the Russian demo team clearing out the mansion discovers a room that's been sealed off for decades, Julia's baffled as to its purpose and what secrets it might have held. Tensions are already simmering with the crew, but when one of the workers is found murdered, things come to a boil. With the discovery of another body--and a mysterious diary with Cyrillic text in the hidden room--the pressure's on Julia to dig up a real killer fast. But she'll have to sort through a pile of suspects, including ex-spouses, a spurned lover, and a recently released prisoner, to fish out one clammed-up killer.
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ISBN/ISSN
9781496717955 (pbk.)
1496717953 (pbk.)
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FIC HOD
Descript.
xiii, 173 pages ; 22 cm.
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Note
This edition's text is from the 1908 edition published by Chapman and Hall, Ltd., in London, England. The original spelling, grammar, and punctuation have been retained.
Originally published in 1908 by Chapman and Hall, Ltd., London.
Summary
"Two friends, Tonnison and Berregnog, stumble upon an old house in rural Ireland and discover the journal of "the Recluse," an unidentified man who recorded his last days in the house before its destruction. The journal recounts strange visions that dogged the Recluse--terrifying creatures that crawl up from below the house to torment him. But the journal is unfinished, and the friends are left to speculate on the man's fate--and their own. First published in 1908 by William Hope Hodgson, The House on the Borderland is a classic Gothic novel that shaped the genre of horror into what it is today. Praised by iconic artists like H.P. Lovecraft and Terry Pratchett and presented now by the Horror Writers Association, this story is one that haunts the reader long after the book has been closed"-- Provided by publisher.
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House on the border land
ISBN/ISSN
9781492699774 (trade paperback)
1492699772 (trade paperback)
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