The House of Dust

The House of Dust

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A true-crime reporter and a prostitute take refuge from their normal lives on a plantation that is not as abandoned as they thought. In The House of Dust, twenty-one-year-old Noah Broyles brings the Southern Gothic roaring into the twenty-first century. Bradley Ellison and Missy Holiday retreat from the world on a desolate plantation in rural Tennessee. For Brad, it is work--he must find a compelling story before the true-crime magazine he writes for decides his services are no longer required. For Missy, it is recuperation--four years at "the club" have left her drained. But the town of Three Summers is not as they expected. While Brad soon witnesses a disturbing set of funeral rites, Missy witnesses a bizarre killing. And so they find that this abandoned plantation may not be as lifeless as they thought. For Brad and Missy, they must uncover the plantation known as Angel Landing's past before their own past catches up with them.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 140 x 210mm
  • Oakland
  • English
  • 1947848879
  • 9781947848870