Abigail Brandt teaches English at her alma mater in a small New England town, but in her spare time, she's an urban explorer. Cameras in hand, she and her closest friend, Luke Sullivan, explore abandoned buildings like the Westwood Asylum in Stone Gorge. There Abigail discovers a patient file taped underneath a filing cabinet, hidden from vandals and other explorers. The file of Isabella Montefort
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About the Author
Katherine Anderson is a special education teacher and mental health historian. She is the author of two previous nonfiction volumes about mental health. The Abigail Brandt Urban Exploration Series is her first attempt at fiction.
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This book on urban exploration is by far one of the most intricate detail wise and character wise I have read. It was all too easy to be swept into the characters and their situations. I highly recommend reading this book if you've ever been or wish to "check that empty building". You won't be sorry!
Great read! I could not put the book down! A spooky abandon insane asylum, an unsolved mystery, a beautiful tortured missing girl, and a curious college professor with the intelligence and resources to track down the truth.