Leo Defford doesn't believe in ghosts. But as the head of an independent production company, he does believe in high-impact TV. Defford hires journalist Grayle Underhill to research the history of Knap Hall, a one-time Tudor farmhouse that became the ultimate luxury guest house...until tragedy put it back on the market.
Its recent history isn't conducive to a quick sale, but Defford isn't interested in keeping Knap Hall for longer than it takes to make a reality TV show that will run night after night. A house isolated by its rural situation and its dark reputation. Seven people, nationally known, but strangers to one another, locked inside. But this time Big Brother may not be in control.
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Master of the Uncanny
I have previously read all of Phil Rickman's books and can highly recommend them to all, recently I have been purchasing audio books and decided to get this version as it is one of my favourite titles. I was not disappointed. Listening to the story unfold adds another layer of tension to the atmospheric build up of the story. Particularly at this time of the year (November) it is the perfect listening experience.