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House of Fallen Trees - Gina Ranalli
House of Fallen Trees
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"Two men have the carcass." These words, heard over a crackling telephone line, change writer Karen Lewis's life for the worse. Months earlier, her brother went missing in the small rural town of Fallen Trees, Washington. And now she finds out he willed his half of a bizarre bed and breakfast to... show more
"Two men have the carcass." These words, heard over a crackling telephone line, change writer Karen Lewis's life for the worse. Months earlier, her brother went missing in the small rural town of Fallen Trees, Washington. And now she finds out he willed his half of a bizarre bed and breakfast to her. "Two men have the carcass." Is this ominous phrase enough to draw her into the mystery of Fallen Trees? Is the answer to her brother's disappearance located there? Or is it just a trap, something designed to draw her into a nightmare world and break her sanity? What horror awaits Karen in the House of Fallen Trees?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780982628119 (0982628110)
Publisher: Grindhouse Press
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
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Genosha is for lovers rated it
3.0
Mundane for the genre but Ranalli made me so interested in the characters I hardly noticed.
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Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it
4.0 House of Fallen Trees
Second Grindhouse Press Book I've read. Second Gina Ranalli novel I've read. Both press and novelist are worth reading.In House of Fallen Trees Gina creates a very CREEEEEPY atmosphere that puts the reader right in the midst of the action and suspense which left me wondering what's really going on...
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4.0 House Of Fallen Trees
I won this book through First Reads and was excited to get the chance to read it. This book is a horror/ghost story. It is not in my typical genre that I read. Despite not being what I usually read, I was pulled into the story immediately. Literally several pages in, I felt connected to the main...
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