Heather Farm

Heather Farm

3.0 6
by Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen
     
 

A short story of love and suspense with a dash of the supernatural.

The reviewers said:

"This is a quick, sweet story. It's about a young couple who buys their first house, where the wife is visited by an old woman who used to own it. After that the wife starts dreaming about the family who lived there before. It's a ghost story but not in the horror

Overview

A short story of love and suspense with a dash of the supernatural.

The reviewers said:

"This is a quick, sweet story. It's about a young couple who buys their first house, where the wife is visited by an old woman who used to own it. After that the wife starts dreaming about the family who lived there before. It's a ghost story but not in the horror genre-it's not scary. It is self-contained, unlike a lot of the freebie short stories out there that are teasers to get you to buy the novels. It's a 10 minute read that is well worth the time."

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This is a very good mystery with a not-so-scary ghost and with living relatives of the ghost who are more worrisome than the ghost could ever be. I highly recommend this story to anyone who likes short stories. Its charm and setting make me want to read it again."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011287978
Publisher:
Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen
Publication date:
04/23/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
820,841
File size:
151 KB

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Meet the Author

Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen is a teacher from Denmark, teaching English at upper secondary level. In her spare time she reads and writes crime fiction in English and Danish, and in 2010 she sold her first flash stories to American magazines and publishers.

Since then she has published two collections of flash fiction, "Candied Crime" (humour) and "Liquorice Twists" (a bit darker).

Her ´bestseller´ is the romantic ghost story "Heather Farm" (suspense plus romance in the Dunes near the Danish west coast).

Her latest mystery "The Cosy Knave" - a cosy mystery featuring village constable Archibald Penrose and the librarian Rhapsody Gershwin. A very popular story in America.

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Heather Farm 3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sweet and romantic ghost mystery.
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Ruth Ann Thompson More than 1 year ago
I think my nine year old granddaughter could of written this. Such a slow and short somthing. I really can't call it a book. Glad it was free. With a good author, this could of made it's way to be a good story. Don't waste your 20 minutes.
Tracy Koons More than 1 year ago