The Hedgepath Ghost
A vulnerable, but bright young woman, Marie Swift, is plagued by grief, nightmares and ghosts. She’d rather be looking for love. When she journeys to England in 1936 on a grant to finish her college studies, Marie finds a delightful great uncle living in his London mansion. It just happens to be built atop the ruins of ancient Dunmore Castle near the Kensington High Street Train Station. Marie stumbles into serious trouble and finds more ghosts who go bang in the night.
Attention: Thrill Seekers, you will want to read The Hedgepath Ghost in broad daylight because it is scary from the beginning right through to the very satisfying ending! There are lots of twists and turns in the plot to ponder. You will come to cheer for Marie as she uses her wits to stay brave and find love in the face of terrifying danger that changed world history forever.
About John E. Davis (Kansas City, Missouri & Kansas Author)
John E. Davis writes Mystery, Flash Fiction, Poetry, and children's books. His creative style leads the reader through twists and turns in the story to keep them turning pages. He uses real life issues to bring his characters to life by writing about inequality for women's rights throughout history, how being different can sometimes is a blessing, and that kindness to others is rewarded.
All his books are available on Amazon, Kindle, and may be ordered through Barnes & Noble.