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For paranormal investigator David Spur, nothing is as dangerous as home. 

A lot has changed for David since the events of The Demon of Mansfeld Manor. He now spends his time traveling to the nation’s most notorious haunted sites for his popular television show. But when he returns to Tennessee for a much-needed break, he quickly realizes this vacation is going to be anything but relaxing. 

Something is going on in the idyllic town of Roan Mountain. His childhood friend Melanie is sleeping in the woods rather than her newly purchased mountain home. And something seems to be drawing her to the ruins of a centuries-old hotel. 

David will soon learn that this mystery goes deeper than his usual case. An ancient evil is stirring in Roan Mountain, and it may be tied to his father’s disappearance twenty years ago. To help his friend, David will have to face both the ghosts of an old hotel and the ghosts of his past. 

Don’t miss this sequel to The Demon of Mansfeld Manor from acclaimed author S.A. Jacobs!

©2019 SA Jacobs (P)2020 Fireside Horror

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Awesome story!

This is a well written ghostly mystery tale that is very enjoyable. The narrator does an awesome job.

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A solid sequel and a great tale of the paranormal

Loved the first installment of the series narrated by Joe Hempel. This sequel sets us with a different narrator Steve Campbell. While
I am a huge fan of Joe Hempel’s work (especially in the horror field) Steve Campbell did a solid job in the sequel. He was able to bring the characters to life and set a good spine chilling Atmosphere as written by the author. As for the story we have a paranormal researcher turned TV star taking some time off in his home town. Approached by a love from
His past he finds himself thrust into what seems at first like a simple haunting. Instead he is sucked into a terrifying and twisted haunting that will take him back to his fathers death and a family legacy that will shock you. And without providing too much in the way of a spoiler, I hope you have a healthy liver. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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works fine as a stand alone

came to this as a fan of Steve so no prior knowledge of S.A. Jacobs or the series, but the story holds up on it's own and you get enough relevant details to keep up with everything.

the story is simple in the telling, but complex in execution.
great characters even if a little predictable at times.
a great mystery novel that I heartily recommend, I might even pick up the rest of the series when it drops

as mentioned before I'm a fan of Steves, so won't go on about how talented or awesome he is, just know he does a amazing job

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the story was very basic and the narrator's voices for most of the characters were cringeworthy and hard to listen to....nobody in the real world talks like Austin or Gordon. Also, David is a huge drama queen and most of the time when he talks to Melanie or Linda he is super-rude.

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pre teen goble de goop

it's crappy twilight turns jointed house. pre teen girls will love. horror fans this one is ... crap