An unparalleled picture of that vibrant but dark intersection where the Old and the New South collide.
Thirtysomething Colquitt and Walter Kennedy live in a charming, peaceful suburb of newly bustling Atlanta, Georgia. Life is made up of enjoyable work, long, lazy weekends, and the company of good neighbors. Then, to their shock, construction starts on the vacant lot next door, a wooded hillside they'd believed would always remain undeveloped. Disappointed by their diminished privacy, Colquitt and Walter soon realize something more is wrong with the house next door. Surely the house can’t be haunted, yet it seems to destroy the goodness of every person who comes to live in it, until the entire heart of this friendly neighborhood threatens to be torn apart.
This is not your run of the mill horror novel, it's very suspenseful and has an ending that surprised me.
The House Next Door
She just never disappoints! I love the dark southernness of her....
Out of the Ordinary…
Not a typical ARS book, but it was entertaining, if not horrifying in parts. Not one of my favorites, and too many unanswered questions left at the end.