The Haunting of James Hastings - Christopher Ransom Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751543756 / Author: Christopher Ransom / Edition: paperback / softback / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2010-07-08 by ... more
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by - written on 27/11/12 (Useful, 2 readings)
I have never read a book by Christopher Ransom before but this book caught my eye and sounded quite spooky so I though I'd give him a try. I really enjoyed the book and his style of writing and will probably read more of his books in the future. This story is about a man named James Hastings (obviously!) whose wife, Stacey, has been killed in an awful accident, leaving him bereft and full of guilt - though it only reveals slowly why he should be feeling this guilt. He lives in a huge house and copes with his feelings by consuming copious amounts of alcohol, which doesn't help when strange things begin to happen and he starts to hear voices and see things that ... Read the complete review
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