The Moonlight Hauntings by Mason Dean
In the small town of Glenmont, a vacant, forgotten house sits atop an overlooking bluff.
William and Emily Broadmoor are in dire strait when the economic implosion puts a severe dent in their small home renovation business. When all hope seems lost, William is approached by a man with an unrefusable offer—the chance to fix a dilapidated stone mansion in Maine. Initially, the details of the offer seem too good to be true, but with nowhere else to turn, William and Emily decide taking a look can’t hurt.
The Haunting of Quenby Mansion
Mystery and horror surround the seventeen-room vine-covered plantation house. What was thought to be the solution to all of Evelyn Carr’s problems is only the beginning of her nightmare. Creepy neighbors arrive unannounced, the town hates her for inexplicable reasons, and there’s something inside of the basement. As a determined private investigator, Evelyn is hell-bent on learning the truth before the house tears her and her husband apart, figuratively and literally.
The Haunting of the Briar Rose
Jules is recovering from a recent failure when her mysterious uncle makes her an offer she can’t refuse: restore his bed and breakfast the Briar Rose.
When Jules inherits the Briar Rose bed and breakfast from her strange and mysterious uncle, she thinks it will be the opportunity of a lifetime for her and her husband, Paul. But Jules and Paul soon discover that the Briar Rose holds many secrets: one of them about the murders that took place a year prior, when two of the guests never checked out.
Famous Book Quotes
“The best books... are those that tell you what you know already.” ― George Orwell, 1984