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The Inheritance - A novel of a house haunted by an ancient evil. A tale of lies, envy, and curses spanning generations. 

Mike Gray is still reeling from the sudden death of his father when he inherits Willow House, his father’s childhood home. Keen to move out of the city, Mike decides to move his young family to the small, quaint town of Fairview. But not all is right at Willow House. There are dark forces at work, which threaten to destroy what remains of the Gray family. The curse at the heart of Willow House has lain dormant for decades, but is about to be reawakened and unleashed.

©2020 J. Galliano (P)2021 W F Howes

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BRILLIANT

I couldn't stop listening fabulous storyline flowed perfectly, no parts that were not needed as some books have.
I was kinda hoping for Jacob,Marcus, Mary, Edith, and Jack to visit all happy and would like to of found where midnight came from who was he?
The only negative I found odd was the narrator he was brilliant in his narration so not him but found it odd that he was British and Micheals thoughts were in British accent but Micheal character was American and spoke in American accent it took some getting used to.

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  • 17-06-21

Utterly Ambivalent About This One

They say to write about what you know,.. so that begs the question..
Why would the author AND narrator pretend they were from Boston by way of Georgia throughout the book.. obvious references throughout showed him to be a Brit.. ie biscuits instead of cookies,, attended university versus went to college,.. glaringly irritating.