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Posted May 5, 2013
Opening this book was like opening a door to old Charlestowne. The reader gets an honest feel for not only the things that go bump in the night but also of a seaport that has tasted its share of change. As you start to read of the cruel little man on Edisto Island to a true beauty whose pride leads her into a macabre game of "DARE" to the honesty of a childhood whose only friend is a ghost named Pinky. The love inspired reader gets to see into love forbidden and frozen in time and in steps and then moves into a ghostly passenger that is more than what it seems. Personally its a book that has been a family favorite since 1963 when my father brought it home for his family. So take the time and buy this book for yourself and maybe your family... its may not be as dangerous as "The Wager of Mad Archie Campbell" but just as suspenseful.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.