The Wilkes House Haunting

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Curtis Angeles moves from suburban Chicago to a rural Florida town in search of peace, quiet and privacy. Instead, he almost loses his life uncovering some deadly deceptions...

He has survived the hell of watching his wife of sixteen years die of brain cancer. Emotionally drained and psychologically scarred, he escapes the cold Chicago winters and bittersweet memories, and moves to rural Neroli, Florida. Curtis rents an apartment in a large historical house, which he shares with...

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Overview

Curtis Angeles moves from suburban Chicago to a rural Florida town in search of peace, quiet and privacy. Instead, he almost loses his life uncovering some deadly deceptions...

He has survived the hell of watching his wife of sixteen years die of brain cancer. Emotionally drained and psychologically scarred, he escapes the cold Chicago winters and bittersweet memories, and moves to rural Neroli, Florida. Curtis rents an apartment in a large historical house, which he shares with an antiques store owned by Larry "the landloooord" Pleasant. He settles in, relaunching his online graphic design business, and tries to begin the healing process. Soon, unseen dark forces emerge within his home. Are they paranormal? Demonic? Psychological? And just as he's getting into a routine, the antiques business is replaced with "The Conservatory" which is run by Able McCormick, a narcissist and self-appointed dictator of Neroli.

Part horror, part psychological thriller, "The Wilkes House Haunting" follows Curtis into a world where something sinister is determined that his journey will end in a violent death.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481022316
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/30/2012
  • Pages: 148
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Lisa Maliga has held a variety of jobs in her years of struggling to keep just about any rent-paying occupation to support her writing. From cashier, library overdue clerk, telemarketer, store detective, and Hollywood office temp. She's also toiled in the fields of construction, architecture, law, publicity, financial planning, gymnastics, banking, insurance, and as a bath & body products designer. She still makes and uses her own soapy creations.
More information can be found at her websites: http://www.lisamaliga.com http://www.everythingsheacreates.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2013

    The characters here are dry and the situations not believable. P

    The characters here are dry and the situations not believable. Perhaps Miss Maliga is young and just hasn't had many life's experiences yet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2012

    Haunting? What haunting?

    Reading this book is like wading up to your neck through two miles of manure to get to a quarter carat diamond. It's just not worth the trip.

    The characters are stereotypes, the plot is thin, and the erotic scenes are laughable. The writer insists on telling the reader everything instead of filtering information through the characters.

    Save your time and money, and buy something worth reading. The back of the cereal box or last week's Walmart ads would be like Shakespeare compared to this.


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