The Fate of Mercy Alban

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Have I talked about this book yet?  Or this author?  I don’t think so since I don’t usually talk books on this blog.  Well, time to change that.  I adore a solid ghost story and a solid haunted house story & Wendy Webb’s books completely deliver on both fronts.  I read her first novel, The Tale of Halcyon Crane a few years ago (& here’s the tie-in to photography — one of the main characters in that book was a famous photographer) and had been waiting for her sophmore effort ever since.  This book really does beg for a dark and stormy night, with cozy blankets and a cup of tea.  (& perhaps a guard dog . . .)

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