The House

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The perfect house conceals the perfect crime. Finally putting an end to their days as slaves in the hustle and bustle of the Big apple, Dr Milton Judd and his wife, Monique, pack up their two kids and all their possessions to take up a once in a life time opportunity as chief of staff of the newly built, Nelson Memorial Hospital in the little town of Orlando Florida. James Grant, a multi billionaire businessman built the hospital in memory of his best friend Greg Neilson who died unexpectedly in the prime of his ...
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The perfect house conceals the perfect crime. Finally putting an end to their days as slaves in the hustle and bustle of the Big apple, Dr Milton Judd and his wife, Monique, pack up their two kids and all their possessions to take up a once in a life time opportunity as chief of staff of the newly built, Nelson Memorial Hospital in the little town of Orlando Florida. James Grant, a multi billionaire businessman built the hospital in memory of his best friend Greg Neilson who died unexpectedly in the prime of his life. Grant convinces Judd he is the man for the job and at last he can truly practice his Hypocritical Oath. The contract is lucrative and Judd sells his share of his private Manhattan practice to his partner Dr. Paul Braden and takes the quantum leap; and who wouldn't after 9/11? The Judds purchase the old Ch√Ęteau by the lake; a 100 years old mansion. Monique decides to employ Karen Albright a young attractive ID from New York to plan the renovations. All's well until a series of terrifying incidents at the house lead the Judds to wonder who used to live in their new house and what dark secrets are hidden inside. Are these incidents supernatural or man made? The young deputy Lance Beatie is determined to find out. Things get worse when Monique's life is threatened. This is too much and Beatie decides to put his cards on the table, with terrifying results.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599264769
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 1/28/2008
  • Pages: 488
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 1.09 (d)

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