The Locked Door

The Locked Door

by Troy H. Gardner

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Real estate agent Nina Taylor just wants a day off, but her boss has other ideas. Nina is called in to show a foreclosure to prospective buyers when her co-worker disappears. Everything goes well for Nina, until she discovers a locked door in the basement. Nina will stop at nothing to open the door and learn the house’s dark secrets.

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BN ID: 2940044371279
Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
Publication date: 03/10/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 148 KB

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The Locked Door 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite The Locked Door by Troy H. Gardner is the story of a day off gone wrong, very wrong. Real estate agent Nina gets called in by her boss to cover for another agent who simply did not turn up. Nina has to show a house that had been occupied by a rather unusual person to a couple but they discover a door in the basement that cannot be opened because Nina does not have the right key. Nina finds this quite odd as the key should have been on the key-ring she had received from her boss. The couple who is interested in the house would also like to know more about why the house is so cheap and who lived in there before. Nina promised to find out and a visit to the neighbor of the house brings a few interesting details to light. But what is behind that door and why did the other agent really disappear? The Locked Door is a story that can be read in one go and most likely every reader will do just that. The writing flows well and the reader will also be very interested in learning about the former inhabitant and the secret behind the door and how it will influence the day that was supposed to be Nina's day off. Troy H. Gardner wrote a really nice story that entertains the reader and makes you want to read more like that. I also liked the fact that his ending is a classic horror book ending (the kind of ending that makes you think "What? And now? Really?") even though the book itself isn't that scary.