While taking a holiday from the unwholesome atmosphere of Victorian London, Alexander Greystone, a professor of medieval studies and a bachelor who is frequently visited by the dead, finds that the quaint little cottage that he has rented in Hampshire has a very dark secret. Upon his arrival at Hawthorne Cottage, Alexander discovers, after finding a painting in the attic, that the subjects of the painting, the seven Hawthorne sisters, did not immigrate to America as regional rumours had suggested.
With the innate ability to see and converse with the dead, and his acute deductive reasoning, Alexander solves the decades old mystery of what became of the Hawthorne sisters and why they were haunting Hawthorne Cottage.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Performer. I'd have to remember this person so I NEVER purchase another book read by him again,
Would you be willing to try another one of Guy Veryzer’s performances?
NO! You'd have to PAY ME to listen to this person ever again!
Any additional comments?
I haven't finished listening to the book but I felt compelled to write the review about the performance, if one can call it that. I don't think I can inflict another minute ot this excrutiating experience upon myself, so I decided to purchase the physical book and finish the story, which is very engaging. So, if you are interested in the story, I urge you to buy the book and read it yourself.
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