House of Chimes

House of Chimes

Book - 2014 | 2nd edition.
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Kelly Knight's decision to move her antique store from Portland, Oregon to Washington State puts a strain on her already troubled relationship with her "peculiar" teenage daughter, Samantha. From the moment they arrive in Thunder Ridge, Samantha immediately feels an unwelcoming presence lurking beneath the façade of the otherwise charming town. The only thing that keeps the girl from retreating further into her despondent psyche is her sudden interest in the deserted mental institution Samantha and her mother accidently venture upon while finding their way to their new home. Samantha is unaware that a room inside the ruins of the hospital awaits her arrival. It contemplates the day when it can divulge all the dirty little secrets the townspeople keep hidden behind their false demeanor. Samantha is on the verge of discovering things about herself and the town she has been forced to live in. Will she be able to keep from slipping over the edge into a world she had no idea existed or will she be driven further into an infinite darkness that patiently waits to completely swallow her up?
Publisher: [United States] : [CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform], [2014]
Edition: 2nd edition.
ISBN: 9781500827519
Branch Call Number: FIC BRIGGS
Characteristics: 384 pages ; 23 cm


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Wonderful local read. The author keeps you going with every chapter.


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