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Rachel Jordan
Rachel Jordan rated it 2 years ago
Wow this is my first review on BookLikes and I'm going to start with a book I mentioned in a previous blog post "The Ghost Hunter's." Now if a book contains any element of truth I'm really interested to read it and see how fact and fiction blend. "The Ghost Hunter's" is told from the perspective of ...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
Harry Price, investigator of the unknown, and his assistant Sarah Grey, are invited to the abandoned village of Imber to look into supposed hauntings.I'd heard of Imber in a TV documentary, and that was what made me pick this book up, as it's different to what I normally read.The timeline of the act...
runner
runner rated it 3 years ago
Neil Spring is an elegant author of what I would term as classic horror. In his writing just like an artist he paints a picture and relies on the reader to look at that picture and use his imagination to envisage the story. In The Lost Village he again teams two of his favourite ghost hunters Harry ...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 4 years ago
Sarah Grey has returned to England after a brief time as a model in Paris. She is looking for a new job, but she never expected to be offered and accepting a job as a personal assistant to Harry Price, the infamous ghost hunter. Harry has devoted himself to expose mediums and false haunting's. And, ...
Cushla
Cushla rated it 6 years ago
It is 1926, London, and Sarah Grey finds herself in an unlikely new job as the personal assistant to Harry Price, London’s most infamous ghost hunter. A brilliant and charming, yet selfish and contradictory man, Harry’s life is devoted to exposing the truth behind England’s many false ‘hauntings’ an...
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