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Miss Abigail's Room by Catherine Cavendish
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really liked it

"It wasn't so much the blood on the floor that Becky minded, as the way it kept coming back."

Boy, that doesn't waste any time getting your attention, does it?

I have visions of poor Becky up there scrubbing that stain, a la Lady Macbeth: "Out, out Damn Spot! Out, I say!"

Set in Victorian England, the story is told from Becky's POV. First, there's the blood stain in Miss Abigail's room that keeps coming back no matter how often she scrubs it. If that's not eerie enough, weird scratching noises are heard inside the room when there's no one inside. Then a wax doll suddenly appears and then unexplainably disappears when Becky tries to prove its existence to others. The servants start acting strangely. Then they start dying.

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Reading Progress

July 21, 2018 – Started Reading
July 21, 2018 – Shelved
July 22, 2018 – Finished Reading

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