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Review - The House by Paul Carro


Synopsis -


The day began when Sheriff Frank Watkins found two bodies and three heads. Then things got strange. Paranormal TV host Charlie "Thunder" Raines has spent a lifetime seeking answers to the unexplained. When he spots a woman no one else on his crew can see, it appears he will finally receive his answers but at what cost? Yoga instructor Suzy Pottle thought she left her past behind by moving cross country and changing her identity. When a door that previously did not exist creaks open in her studio, she discovers the past can never truly die. Before the day is over more doors will open before slamming closed, trapping residents of Tether Falls, Maine in a place seemingly existing between two worlds. The mysterious event brings together nine strangers with nine secrets so dark they plan to take them to their graves, with one house willing to accommodate them all. Welcome to The House–Where secrets go to die. Enter if you dare!


Review -


The House by Paul Carro has one of the stranger premises I've seen in a while, and while I was a little unsure at first, I was quickly won over by the writing and the character development.


Each of the characters that find their way into the house, which pops up in the middle of nowhere, have secrets to hide and are about to pay the piper for past misdeeds.


Part of the fun of this book is hearing about the troubled pasts of each character, all of which are entertaining in their own right. Will the house make them pay for those indiscretions? You'll need to read it to find out.


You can nab a copy of The House by clicking HERE.


4 stars out of 5

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