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The Haunting of James Hastings (Paperback)
  • The Haunting of James Hastings (Paperback)

The Haunting of James Hastings (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 08/07/2010
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James Hastings' wife is dead - her life snuffed out in a horrific accident that leaves her husband shattered. Dizzy with grief and guilt, James withdraws into his sprawling mansion, losing himself in liquor ...and memories of Stacey. Until the day two women enter his life. One is Annette, a gorgeous stranger with a dark past. The other is not a stranger, and her past is all too familiar. First her voice echoes through the phone lines, and from behind the ballroom doors ...Then her shoes reappear, streaked with mud and grime, as though unearthed from the grave ...And soon Annette begins saying things only Stacey could know, enveloping James in a spiral of terror and violence that threatens to destroy his home, his sanity, and his soul. For death is only the beginning of his nightmare. And the haunting of James Hastings might just be the end of him.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751543759

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“Must read”

A great book, keeps you interested all the way through, kept me guessing about his true state of mind. Was pleased with the ending which was decent, where a lot of horror fails at the end

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9th September 2010
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“The Haunting of James Hastings”

starts of good, but then gets confusing. but overall not bad

Paperback edition
26th August 2011
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“Gripping Story.”

This one is a little bit on the confusing side in places, although that is mostly due to the mind-set of the main character. The character himself is a little bit on the unsure side of things at many points in the... More

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26th November 2013
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