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The Girl in the Attic

Narrated by: Chet Williamson
Length: 5 hrs and 54 mins

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Summary

Originally released as Night Caller by Daniel Ransom - This Edition has been heavily edited and revised by the author and Patricia Lee Macomber.

"Conneciton to the Grave"

The antique telephone sat in the darkness in the attic. Dust and cobwebs obscured its once gleaming surface. Wires hung limply from its rusted innards. It should have been nothing more than an interesting piece of junk. Except that sometimes, late at night, the occupants of the hotel rooms below swore they heard it ringing....

"Summons from Beyond"

At first, 13-year-old Jamie wasn't sure what had awakened her. Then she heard it again. A telephone ringing. Slowly, she crept up the attic stairs. She had to answer the phone. She had to listen to the voice that whispered through the receiver. And then, she had to do its horrifying bidding...

©2012 Ed Gorman (P)2012 David N. Wilson

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  • Janalyn
  • 14-01-20

No tropes here!

This is a strange, but original story. It is built storylines but both end up in the same place I thought it was a really good book and a plot I have never heard of. I love the writing style and how the author things from the reader until the right moment. This was a pretty awesome book. If you like suspenseful horror and not the gotcha horror, This is the book for you. This is a thinking man horror and one that I really enjoyed. Also, I thought the narrator was really good he did great with the male and female voices. Sounded like a true professional.