A modern ghost story. Life was good for Beth – once. Now a car crash has left her confined to a wheelchair. To help her recuperate and rebuild her life, she’s leased Stillwater, a house with a lake in the countryside. But her dreams of peace and quiet are thwarted when she realizes she’s not alone. A girl who once lived at Stillwater – until she drowned in the lake – has never left, and she does not seem pleased by Beth’s presence.
Beth sets out to solve the mystery of Stillwater. But can she find a strength she doesn’t know she possesses as she fights the fury of the dead girl and tries to establish herself as the true mistress and keeper of the Stillwater house and lake?
STILLWATER is available from Amazon UK.
Definitely one I would recommend for those who love paranormal and ghost stories.
This is a very accomplished book. The author’s experience seeps through and you are entertained all the way through the novel. Even though I am not a great ghost story reader, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
I enjoyed reading Stillwater. Interesting story makes it easy to read, lovely characters and myriad of feelings… Make you laugh, make you tense, make you read… I recommend it.
MAYNARD SIMS www.maynard-sims.com Len Maynard & Mick Sims are the authors of sixteen novels with more scheduled, in the genres of supernatural horror, the Department 18 series, crime thrillers and erotic romance. They have written screenplays, and one, based on the first two Department 18 books, won the 2013 British Horror Film Festival Award for Best New Screenplay. Numerous stories and novellas have been published in a variety of anthologies and magazines and Death’s Sweet Echo is their tenth collection. They worked as editors on Darkness Rising, they co-edited and published F20 with The British Fantasy Society, and as editors/publishers they ran Enigmatic Press in the UK, which produced Enigmatic Tales, and its sister titles
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