DREAMERS IN A HAUNTED HOUSE by Marc Lovell

DREAMERS IN A HAUNTED HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A mood--rather than pace-setter--which drifts in and out of mind and beyond, similar to A Presence in the House, but more narrowly concerned with dull, gingerly Harold Lunn, his petulant wife Rosalind, the soft, shapeless young man who comes to live with them, and a Mrs. Foster who conducts seances on her planchette where the word D I A R Y appears, alerting Harold to the possibility that he should read Rosalind's. There is mention of a potential lover but who might he be?--certainly not their epicene tenant whose body is in fact more accessible than his head. The scene is England; there's no flying saucery or crashing crockery but this will slowly tease your curiosity and suspend it between two worlds.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1975
Publisher: Doubleday