"Good gothic gloom, though parts of the story are far-fetched, crossing over from the credibly ill-fated to the ludicrous."
A haunted house that isn't, a cousin who wasn't, and a young woman lost somewhere between the two are the features of this moody, tricky midwestern tale, a debut in fiction from Williams (coauthor, Raising Lazarus, 1994).
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