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Carol Goodman, THE WIDOW’S HOUSE

Old ideas can be made new again with fine writing. This is demonstrated when Goodman takes the trope of a young couple moving into an old haunted house and gives it a spin that keeps us guessing until the end.  With a delicate combination of the mysterious and the possibly paranormal, we are left wondering, along with the protagonist, as to what is real and what is imaginary.

A blend of the gothic and the modern, this story is a treat for those of us who enjoy an occasional shiver down the spine.

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