One for Rose Cottage


    Following personal heartbreak in the horror that was 9/11, Rose Cottage and Claire Chambers become inextricably linked. Rose Cottage holds a secret and Claire Chambers is the only person who can reveal the mystery that surrounds it. She has been chosen to 'open a door', which some would rather leave closed and are prepared to do almost anything to keep it that way, but why? Claire now walks a path others have trodden, but have not survived unscathed. The path is littered with broken hearts, dreams and lives… For some, there cannot be peace until the final mystery is solved, and Claire must find a way to do this without being drawn into a situation where the path has no way back… All is not as it seems at Rose Cottage, and nor will it be until the bitter and bloody end.

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    Number of Pages: 316
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781780356235
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    Listed in: Horror & ghost stories
    Publisher: FastPrint

    Books by Shelby Locke


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