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295 pages, Hardcover
First published September 6, 2018
Most dwellings are as ephemeral as their inhabitants. Most homes are as characterless as a harvested cornfield, with its mud and discard stalks.
But not the Alexander house.
“Homes have personalities, don’t they? Some are sullen, some are cheerful. This one—” he nodded, “—is less predictable.”
How ironic would it be, he mused, if David were to go missing and the only record of his stay here was a breathless recording of his weird experience upstairs? He would become an even truer successor to John Weir: another skeptic claimed by the spirits he was attempting to debunk.