The House on Rue Obscure by Sarah W. Sparx
Mystery. Menace. Mistrust. South-west France, 1999. An ancient house creaks with secrets. The dead owner’s niece hunts answers. Will the new owner be her friend or foe? Chantal is lonely and bruised by failure. Arriving in France to arrange Aunt Jeanne's funeral, she discovers Jeanne had sold her lovingly preserved medieval home. Mystified, Chantal embarks on a search for the truth. Soon she is haunted by maddening visions at night and dangerous mishaps by day. Forced into a wary alliance with Berenger, the new owner, and her top suspect, Chantal finds her heart faces even more danger than her body and mind. If Berenger isn’t the modern villain, could the house be guarding its Cathar secrets by trying to drive her mad? For fans of Mary Stewart and Victoria Holt, this modern Gothic mystery has a fast-paced, twisting plot with a strong sense of local atmosphere. Buy The House on Rue Obscure today to escape to the land of the Cathars.
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