The Haunting of Debishire Manor

The Haunting of Debishire Manor

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Everyone is suspect after Sloan found his way home one dark and stormy night, for his grandfathers ninetieth birthday, only to find that he had been murdered by somebody in the manor. His death brings about a series of hauntings exposing deep dark family secrets, and leading Sloan into a love triangle between the woman he loves, and the woman that loves him. A strange caretaker, a massive treasure, a supernatural struggle between good and evil, and the discovery that someone is buried alive in the family graveyard, all add up to a story full of humor, suspense, and terror. This book will take you on a series of turns and twist, while the surprise ending will send chills up and down your spine. Read this book at your own risk, but hurry, for with every second you take, someone is gasping for air beneath a tombstone in the family plot, of Debishire Manor.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 238 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 322g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508486034
  • 9781508486039

About Sir Winston Rutherford Yates

-About The Author- -And Book- Winston was born in a comparatively small setting along with an older sister and a younger brother. His father passed at an early age while his mother passed later in life. Winston was adopted twice, once by a near relative, whom passed a year later, and the second time by Lady Yates of Monte Vista. Growing up they never had as much as the other kids about the shire, but they did have adventure to keep them busy. And busy they were! Winston wrote this book in the midst of his many adventures, one of which caused him a severe chest wound when during the rescue of two children, an undetermined beast subdued him and attempted to cut out his heart with its raiser sharp teeth. During his recovery he was to be Knighted on September 30th, in the year of our Lord 2005, therewith the title, Sir Winston Rutherford Yates . The Haunting Of Debishire Manor was his second published adult work, and was based on the ghostly encounters he faced as a child, growing up in a haunted home.show more

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