Haunted (The Arnaud Legacy #1) (Paperback)

By Lynn Carthage

Kensington, 9781617736261, 288pp.

Publication Date: February 24, 2015

List Price: 9.95*
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Description

Moving to my stepfather's English country mansion sounded so promising. But the Arnaud Manor is neglected and unwelcoming, and I get the feeling it isn't exactly uninhabited. Something wants to hurt us--especially my little sister, Tabby. Okay, so I might be a little sensitive lately. My parents act oblivious to me, my old life is far away in San Francisco, and the gorgeous guy I just met tells me terrible stories about the infamous Madame Arnaud who lived here long ago, and about missing children and vengeful spirits. The kind of stories that are impossible to believe--until you're living in one of them, fighting to protect everyone you love...


About the Author

Lynn Carthage is the pseudonym of an acclaimed fiction writer who has been a Yaddo fellow and a Bram Stoker Award finalist. She lives in California and teaches novel writing. Her website is www.lynncarthage.com.


Praise For Haunted (The Arnaud Legacy #1)

"Remarkable. . .a twist you'll never see coming." - Michelle Gagnon, author of Don't Look Now

“If you like American Horror Story, you will love Lynn Carthage's Haunted. Carthage delivers a spooky, fun trip across the pond. Loved!”--Danielle Paige

“Get ready for a very different type of paranormal read. Different from your average ghost story, Carthage makes Haunted work by doing a wonderful job of bringing her characters to life. Along with the twist, there’s a lovely romance, as well as a mystery…Overall this is a fast, easy read that will keep you on your toes.”– RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

“A complex chain of heroics, redemption, and forgiveness that strikes the right cord of sincere emotion . . .  a slightly gruesome haunted house story that will appeal to paranormal romance readers who also crave light horror. The titular haunting is multilayered and centers on a grotesque villain who delivers camp and true horror.” -- School Library Journal