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Publisher's Summary

A grief-stricken spiritualist thought his faith in life after death was broken. Until the ghosts of his past come calling in this short story of believing in what can’t be seen.

Driven by an uncanny mystery from his youth, Ian Randall became a “spiritual cleanser”, ridding disturbances from homes. But his belief in the beyond was challenged by his wife’s death. Merle House, the root of Ian’s obsession, could change that. The woods are restless again. Maybe here, Ian will find what he needs - if he’s willing to make a deal with the dark.

Fog Descending is part 2 of House of Crows, a four-part serial about friends with a shared history of darkness. They’ve spent their lives running, but they can no longer hide from the past. Each story can be read or listened to in a single haunted sitting.

©2021 by Lisa Unger. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Deeper into the Mix

This was part two of the House of Crows four book series. This one picks up right after the end of the first book. The teenage daughter sees something she shouldn't and we meet another of the main friends, Ian, missing his deceased wife. This book was better than the last one, things ate beginning to pick up. The audio book is perfect for listening to this story.

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Loved it Couldn't get it down Definitely kept me awake Looking Forward to the rest of the series

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Another great entry

I’m afraid I’m a bit addicted to these stories. It’s a real problem.

In all seriousness, part two was an improvement on part one—introducing Ian and other new characters without taking away from the growing story of the Merle family. I am most I interested in seeing where Claire’s story goes from here, and so it’s time to listen to the next part.

Thank you Audible for my newest audio addiction.

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Lisa Lisa Lisa

Love reading anything from Lisa Unger. But this series is nice and creepy. Just the way I like it.

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hooked

I'll make this quick because I have to start the next part of this series. an interesting weave and a fantastic "ending". don't listen before bed.

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part 2

I'm still invested in this story and can't wait to find out what happens in book 3, which I've already downloaded

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Great book

Loved hearing what happened after the first book can't wait to hear the next one. great narration that's important cause if you don't habe that you kind of lose someone's interest. that's not a problem with these books though wonderful story.

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Reuniting the summer friends

Four friends reunite at the Merle House. Matthew, Ian, Claire, and Mason are still haunted by a dark past that links them together. Matthew calls upon his friends to help remove the dark spirits from the Merle house.
Amelia March disappeared years ago haunting the property. Her case remains unsolved. Her memories are alive.
Fog Descending is the voice of Ian and Mason. Matthew and Claire have cameo performances. Since Ian was a kid, the story had grown and spread. It was all over the internet, pictures of the Dark Man—most of it hoaxes and fiction. Ian cleanses spaces, asks negative forces to leave, frees trapped memories and dark energies. He’s called upon by Matthew to cleanse the house.

These four books need to be read in order as they are a continuous story about four friends who invited The Dark Man into the Merle House. Book two was a necessary read. It acted as a stepping stone for transitioning into the next phase of the story.

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Jonathan Davis
James Anderson Foster
Frankie Corzo

I’m unfamiliar with each of these narrators. I did enjoy each performance. I listened at 2X the speed using the audible app. I downloaded the ebook and followed along.

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On to book 3

This installment was just as entertaining as the first in the series. I’m glad I got the whole series…on to book 3!

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THE STORM HAS FALLEN.

Fog Descending takes us through the Merle house history of its famous inhabitants. This is the place where they rested. This is where they have been accustomed to being themselves.