Haunting at Remington House 

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What readers are saying about Haunting at Remington House :

 

 

* Intriguing . . . Leaves the reader wanting more.    -H. Wells

 

 

* I was up until midnight, reading until my eyes wouldn't focus, completely caught up in your story. Wow! You really pull the reader in with the visceral details. Great work.    -Barbara Snow, Author The Sudden Caregiver: Surrendering to Enlightenment; The Phoenix Spring; and Inside Out

 

 

* Laura Keegan's new book is a masterpiece of intrigue, mystery and terror. Laura's cast of characters interact between the real world and the supernatural realm.The result is turmoil between the two. Laura's meticulous detail in characterization and settings creates dark and brooding imagery for the reader. Plan to be up all night reading this one.    -Patricia Ann Reid  author of  Sean's Secret Room-Ghostly Guide to an Old West Town and The Magical Red Flower- An Aztec Legend

 

 

* Curl up in a comfy chair and settle in. You won’t want to put this book down. Although it offers plenty of bone chilling moments, you will also find that the relationships between the characters will keep your interest as well. Sara, Mary, Cassie and Terese were a lot of fun together. There were also some sizzling moments with Tom and Sara. Each character in the book brought something unique to the story. Looking forward to a sequel.   -Jamie McElhany

 

 

* If you love mystery, if the ghostly after life intrigues you, if you like interesting characters with a surprise ending, you must read Laura Keegan’s Haunting at Remington House.  It is rare when a book holds my attention until the last page, so I can heartedly recommend this intriguing book.  Enjoy the read!!  

-Laurel Jean Becker, Author In the Heart of a Quiet Garden   www.laureljeanbecker.com

 

* This book has all the intrigue that mystery lovers love. Laura Keegan's fascination with the "dark side" shines through every line, and her dedication to language makes this work a pleasure to read. - S. Langton

 

* Haunting at Remington House is a great read!  From the moment you begin turning the pages to the last words you’ll find yourself in a gripping fear.  Laura Keegan will keep you guessing as the plot twists and turns!  I highly recommend reading this book just not right before bedtime!  -Beth A. Hedberg

 

 

 

                            An excerpt from Haunting at Remington House :
 

Tom woke with a start. From upstairs came the sound of floorboards creaking. He turned the music off and listened. There! Again! He heard the faint, though distinct sound of someone walking in the room overhead. The telephone rang nearly giving him a heart attack. He glanced at the clock; it was two o’clock. “Hello?” He whispered into the mouthpiece, holding his free hand over his racing heart. “Nate? Hello?”

     The phone went dead. Tom placed the receiver back on the hook and sat on the edge of the sofa slapping his cheeks, trying to wake himself up. Maybe I was dreaming. The phone rang. “Hello?” Silence. “Who is this?” he yelled into the receiver. No one answered. The phone went dead. He slammed it down. Wiggins, who had been asleep on the end of the couch, lifted his head, his ears stood straight up, his feline body tensed, ready for flight if necessary.

     Overhead, the sound of footsteps echoed through the still house. Wiggins hissed and backed up against the arm of the couch. “What the hell? What's going on? Is there someone up there?” Tom yelled. “Is someone here?”

     The house echoed undisturbed silence. Tom grabbed the poker from beside the fireplace, wishing he had his .45 instead. As quietly as possible, he crossed the room. Standing at the bottom of the stairs he listened, all senses fine-tuned to detect the smallest deviance of sound. Silence. The shrill ring of the telephone broke the quiet. He ran back into the living room and stared at the phone. It rang over and over before he finally picked up the receiver.