Julie Newcomb has been called back to the birthplace of her worst memories, to be a companion to the one person she fears most. The truth lies somewhere on her grandmother's crumbling plantation, as real and terrifying as the two skeletons lying together in the swampy shadows of Deadman's Hollow.
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"The plucky heroine of this modern Gothic novel is medical student Julie Newcomb. called to take care of her bedridden great-aunt at the 18th-century James River mansion Maidenwood. Barbara Rosenblat's gravelly voice rises when Julie gets alarmed and she makes the Southern male characters sound perpetually gruff, but the reading is clear, well-paced and easy to listen to. Michael's books are vastly popular with library patrons, combining her research skills in history and archaeology with romance. A receptive listening audience will appreciate this recorded version. N.B.H. Winner of AUDIOFILE Earphones Award (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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