Recently divorced, Jay Morton returns to her hometown and secures a job helping to set up a museum at the sinister-looking Pendle House, now derelict and overgrown. While searching for artifacts in the attics, Jay stumbles across some extraordinary original masks and is intrigued by their malevolent and threatening eyes…Those very eyes haunt Donna in her nightmares. Once an innocent child at Pendle House when it was a children’s home, she remembers the menacing masks and depraved acts of the men behind them all too clearly. Twenty years on, Donna has returned to Pendle Bridge with only one aim - to see justice served.
This is a decent mystery novel. It is definitely Not a page turner. I had to struggle to get all the way through it, as I kept getting bored with all the background info. I am a basic WASP and often had difficulty understanding the narrator with her strong British accent. In all fairness, she did a good job with the multiple voices. This should be in one of Audible's discounted lists. I would have rather have paid $5.00 or $9.00 and saved a credit for a higher priced and better book.