By LF Dunton
who falls in love with a small town’s
haunted condo. Twice-divorced and
enjoying his trucking task, Richard
Trent purchases the seven-bedroom
Marstead position regardless of the barely
concealed worry expressed by means of the locals.
Resistant to ghost tales and eyeing
one of the neighborhood diner’s attractive
owners, Richard brushes off the
rumors and strikes in. but if the
curtains within the window of the sealedoff
attic strikes with no someone there, soiled outfits get laundered,
and meager furnishings will get moved round, every thing Richard has
ever heard approximately his residence are all gaining affirmation. Is his new
house actually haunted and should his invisible housemates take serious
offense at his presence?
“I write like I speak. that may clarify a few of the statements that
don’t make sense,” Dunton states in his beginning word. provided with
a beneficiant aiding of quick-wit humor threaded into an engaging
narrative, domestic will provide the creeps while it is going to amuse."