Instead, she found herself in a house haunted by its own dark history. A series of strange coincidences, a ghostly visitor, and a mysterious brass key provide Josie with tantalizing clues to a mystery that keeps her guessing at every turn.
Also keeping her guessing is Marc Westbrook, a landlord who embodies the meaning of the term drop-dead handsome. Soon, she'll have to trust him with the secret that drove her into seclusion, a secret that has already cost the life of one man she loved.
©1994 Kay Hooper; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Say something about yourself!
Really? 'Cause if it's not unabridged, Kay Hooper forgot to write about a third of this book.
Of course, The Haunting of Josie is so cliched, you can fill in the blanks yourself.
I did, however, discover a really fine narrator, Traci Svensgaard, who managed to elevate even the tritest of language (he..."covered her startled lips with his"). Only my enjoyment of her skillful reading sustained me to the end of the book.
Can not comment, as I did not read the print version.
anything narrated by Traci Svendsgaard.
I thought she did well on all the characters. I feel gender jumping can be tricky for some, but she was very smooth and it was always clear who was speaking.
sorry - I'm not good with this kind of thing.
good book, great Reader!
This is a very cute story. I really enjoyed it even though it was very predictable. I am a cat lover and the cat in this book was cool. I loved how the author made him almost talk!
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