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The Haunted Hillerman House

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Overview

~Secret messages. Family Secrets. A Halloween night trip to the family crypt.~
WARNING: Readers do not be tricked by the title of this book. It is not your typical horror story, it is one with a hook. A complicated telling of love and romance that led to murder from just one dance.

Every town has one. That...
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Overview

~Secret messages. Family Secrets. A Halloween night trip to the family crypt.~
WARNING: Readers do not be tricked by the title of this book. It is not your typical horror story, it is one with a hook. A complicated telling of love and romance that led to murder from just one dance.

Every town has one. That old house in the neighborhood, on the hill, or down the lane, with a past shrouded in mystery and tragedy.

Dixon, Illinois has such a house. . .

Sela Whitley returns home for vacation, intent on relaxing and reconnecting with all those dear to her.

The last thing she expected was to find romance with the handsome new neighbor or to stumble onto a century old family secret.

As her relationship with James Standford grows, so does the mystery, and together they learn the shokcing truth behind the grisly past of . . . The Haunted Hillerman House.

RATED WBD - Wholesome But Dark
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Editorial Reviews

Jude Stephens
The Haunted Hillerman House is a great story in every sense of the word. It's got the sweet elements of a sentimental love story and the riveting suspense of a mystery.
K. Luckie
This book is not what you would expect with surprises in each chapter. It has all the elements needed to keep you captured in the story. You will fall in love with the dueling stories of Rachel/Levi and Sela/James. You can almost feel the tension and passion between all four as their relationship grows. I recommend you sit down in a big fluffy chair and devour each chapter until the last word is read.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780974008608
  • Publisher: Bailey, Shannon
  • Publication date: 4/1/2003
  • Pages: 155

Meet the Author

Shannon Bailey is an author of contemporary/historical fiction with a bit of mystery and romance, but always a twist!
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2013

    Needs Editing

    Very disappointing. Many, many grammatical errors. Use of language was very immature - lots of cliches and reduntances.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2013

    The haunted hillerman house

    Very enjoyable romantic mystery. I enjoyed the haunted hillerman house so much i bought the other three books by shannon bailey.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2012

    Good

    I liked the mystery but i thought the women in the book was a lil imachure for her age


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    Posted June 10, 2012

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