DREAMER BEWARE by Ruth Wissmann

DREAMER BEWARE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pretty story of possession with not too much thought transference of any kind, all about Evelyn who returns to her godmother's house where the latter's husband died along with the wife of the young man Evelyn once loved. But there's a third ghostly presence--is it Evelyn's. She's not quite sure whether she's alive or dead and the planchette helps more than pinching herself. This won't displace a hair on your head but it's comfortably pleasant for a readership on the waft.

Pub Date: Jan. 21st, 1976
Publisher: Doubleday