A Face at the Window - Dennis McFarland Reviews
Description:ISBN 0767901304 / Genre: Horror / Author: Dennis McFarland / Edition: Reprint / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 1998-03 by Broadway Books (A Division of Bantam Doubleday Del
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by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I have always loved browsing charity shops, and in my home city of Sheffield the Broomhill area constitutes a second hand gold mine. The best of these charity shops is the Oxfam, which as well as the usual odds and ends has an impressive collection of books. At the end of a short and dingy October day, I took the three pounds left over from my weekly shop and went story hunting - eventually turning up this book, A Face at The Window by Dennis McFarland. - The Story - A Face at the Window tells the story of successful American businessman Cookson Selway, who lives with his author wife Ellen and daughter Jordie. He is a happy man - prosperous, ... Read the complete review
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