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The Lost Ones

Reviewed by National Trustee Jean Watkins

Reeling from the death of her fiance, Stella Marcham welcomes the opportunity to stay with her sister, Madeleine, at her imposing country mansion -  but she arrives to discover a house of unease and her sister gripped by fear and suspicion.

Set in 1917, this is an upper-class family saga.  It is full of intrigue, subterfuge and ghostly hauntings. 
Arriving at her sister's mansion, Stella is supporting her pregnant sister while her husband is away on war duties.  Before long the forbidding house starts to disclose its secrets. Strange incidents start to trouble Stella, such as sobbing in the night and footsteps on the stairs...

If you like ghost stories and intrigue this book is for you. It is long so make sure you have plenty of time to appreciate its twists and turns.

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