A Haunting at Land’s End

A Haunting at Land’s End

by Barbara E. Pleasant

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Overview

A Haunting at Land’s End is paranormal romance for the lover of a haunted-house story. It begins before the Civil War in Charleston, South Carolina, and moves up through today. Most ghost stories dodge the reason for the haunting, however this book tells the story from the perspective of everyone involved, even the ghost Anna talks.

Allen and Susan are in love but can’t marry and begin a life together at the restored Land’s End until the ghost that’s haunting the house has been crossed over to the next world.

Anna, the ghost, refuses to leave and thinks look alike Allen is her husband Jeffery from the past. In her mind, she is still living in the time when she died and that makes her think Susan is a whore from a Civil-War-era saloon in Charleston. The ghost has to stop Susan because she thinks she’s out to steal her Jeffery away from her.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014501422
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 04/30/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 358 KB

About the Author

Barbara says she married a wonderful man and together they have three children and two grandchildren.

She graduated from high school however, her education lacked giving her the mechanics of writing, so she bought books and taught herself by trial and error.

She didn’t start writing until she realized she was the last family member who still had memories of those who had already passed away. Their stories would be lost forever if someone didn’t capture them for the future. Saving the past began her writing career.

She enjoyed writing so much that she began to make up short stories, and then graduated to full-length books. She found she could weave a great story with an interesting plot that promised to keep the reader’s interest right up to the last page. Her favorite subject is the paranormal.

She’s still writing and so far, she says she hasn’t run out of new book ideas.

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