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Summary

Graham Masterton is one of the horror genre's most celebrated and popular writers. Now, after eight years of writing crime fiction, he is back with this terrifying novel about a haunted house on Dartmoor.

All Hallows Hall, a rambling Tudor mansion on the edge of the bleak, misty moor is not a place many would choose to live. Yet the former governor of Dartmoor Prison did just that. Now he's dead, and his estranged family is set to inherit his estate.

But when the dead man's family come to stay, the atmosphere of the moors seems to drift into every room. Floorboards creak, secret passageways echo and wind whistles in the house's famous priest hole. And then, on the morning the family decides to leave All Hallows Hall once and for all, their young son, Timmy, goes missing....

©2020 Graham Masterton (P)2020 W. F. Howes

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Not GM's best

The story was predictable in quite a few of the parts. Some parts struck me as a little silly. The 5 year old boy spoke like someone much older. The narration was for the most part was rubbish. The narrator spoke too fast which meant there was no reaction to certain events and on trying to sound like a man it just sounded like she had a sore throat. I ended up turning off the Audio before I even got half way and read the book on my kindle instead.

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Walkers crossed with Flesh and Blood

Loved it Masterton back on form if you liked Walkers give it a try also brings elements of other classics

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  • Dan Fritze
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I would pass on this

no sympathetic characters, gratuitous grosse sections, unconvincing ending, weird but not weird enough to enjoy