The house next door to Pat Robbins—eerily identical to the home Pat shares with her college-aged son, Mark—has been empty for years, the darkness within seeming to warn all to stay away. Now new tenants are moving in: affable Josef Friedrichs and his lovely daughter, Kathy, who has stolen Mark's heart on first glance. But something is not right—something old and secret lurking in the shadows that fresh paint and new furnishings cannot mask or exorcise. There is evil alive in the heart of the house next door—and it means to feed on the fears of two families . . . and drag Kathy Friedrichs with it into peril.
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Don’t bother paying for this
This is an extremely hard book to read. The author uses outdated forms of the English language mixed with English from today’s standards. It creates a little bit of confusion as to what century the book actually takes place in. Also, I downloaded this because it was a book about Maryland and that’s where I’m from. The author should research before setting her book in an area she’s unfamiliar with. All you read about is magnolia trees and peaches, neither of which is really prevalent in Maryland. Especially around the area that the story is based in. In my opinion, this book should be listed as free because it’s of the same quality as the books listed as such.