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No one at Gad’s Hall could admit what they knew about the room in the attic. The locked room that held the Thorley family’s most shameful secret. The terrifying room that had once been the living tomb of a beautiful young woman possessed by the darkest evil.

Years had passed but the relentless diabolic force abided – waiting until it could once again possess an innocent and inflict its horror upon the living. It was a force countless centuries old. It was simply a matter of time before it would strike again. And when the Spender family moved into Gad's Hall, that time had come…

©1978 Norah Lofts (P)2013 Soundings

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  • mr
  • 29-05-15

Misleading title and description

Lets put it this way, I'm just over 6 hours into the book and there isn't so much of a waft of a ghost! This book is basically a social commentary on late 19th century Suffolk... If its a chilling ghost storey your after, try hell house or the small hand.

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  • Dianne Flynn
  • 21-05-17

Haunting of Gad's Hall

Interestingly historical, very well narrated. Hard to put down. Great sequel to Gad's Hall. Well done.

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