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Tim Weir is stunned to learn that he is included in the will of his great aunt and uncle. He inherits the house that he had visited a few times in his youth. Wanting to see what needs to be done in order to sell the house and the property, he takes time off from work to visit the large estate on the coast of Lake Michigan. Strange things begin happening which he struggles to explain. He comes to realize that he may not be alone in the vacant house. With restless spirits remaining around the estate, Tim searches for answers to understand why the ghosts linger and why he was chosen to inherit the manor.

Second Edition - April 2015

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    Rambling story

    Too much description of the house goes into the story even when the main character moves about the same area, a picture of how the house looks like on a floor plan would have been much better; the house was haunted by the main character's grand aunt & uncle until he found out that his grand uncle was his father, his mother had an affair with his grand uncle & he's the direct descendant

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    Good story, poorly written

    The story could have been such a good mystery but the writing left much to be desired. The stunted dialog was tedious and too much importance was given to where the rooms were located and the creaking doors, etc.

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