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Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series, Book 3: Crooked House


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Nestled on Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin is a small, secluded town called Bloodmoon Cove with volatile weather, suspicious folk...and newly awakened ghosts.

Don't close your eyes...


Some doors, once opened, can never be closed again...

Orphan and widow Corinne Zellman is stunned when she receives several urgent letters from a lawyer, telling her she's the only surviving heir of Edward Buchanan, a relative of her recently deceased husband. Though Corinne ignores the first few summons, too grieved to consider them anything but cruel hoaxes, she takes notice when yet another arrives, this time with a family ring identical to the one her husband wore and lost just before he was killed. 

Stuck in a dead end job and curious about the family the love of her life seldom spoke of, she reluctantly pulls up stakes and heads to Bloodmoon Cove, where the persistent elderly gentleman lives. There, with her best friend Ruby, she finds Crooked House, the family "estate". Crooked House certainly lives up to its disturbing name, as does Edward Buchanan, who is old and pale and disappears so frequently she can almost believe he's nothing more than a ghost. It isn't long before Corinne begins to suspect that her new family member had ulterior motives for insisting she come live with him. But to believe that is to believe that Rafe Yager, a hardened soldier, is entirely correct when he says Crooked House is dangerous. The longer she stays, the less chance she'll ever leave again.

Ghost hunter Rafe is one of the last descendants of the Mino-Miskwi Native American tribe whose elders disappeared during a ritual at their sacred place at the top of Bloodmoon Mountain. Rafe has come home based on a terrifying vision of wide-eyed, wholesome dreamer Cori losing her soul to an evil she doesn't recognize. Crooked House is falling and its sinister legacy demands recompense for her husband's death--something that was no accident, as she supposed. Can Rafe save Cori from a sacrifice she never meant to make when she unknowingly came to love a monster?


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  • Karen Wiesner
    Jan 4, 2018, 16:39
    5 Stars! "WOW, what a scary read perfect for Halloween! I felt sorry for Corinne Zellman, an orphan and widow when her husband died in a car crash. I couldn't believe she still loved him after his multiple affairs. When she helped him through medical school, she had to put her own dreams on hold to do it. Was there some other reason she was so in love with him, even years after his death? I approved when Rafe Yager, an ex-soldier and ghost hunter, decided to ignore his Gran and mom by returning to Bloodmoon Cove despite giving his word that he'd never go there. But the blue-eyed lovely Corinne got into his system from his first vision of her when her witch-friend botched a spell." ~Linda's Reviews
    4 Stars! “CROOKED HOUSE (Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series, Book 3) by Karen Wiesner is a thrilling supernatural novel. It is a spooky tale about a creepy house in an unusual town. The story is spine-chilling from start to finish. [A]nyone who enjoys stories with an occult twist will love this book.” ~Readers Favorite
  • Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews
    Aug 24, 2017, 03:18
    **** FOUR STARS! Author Karen Wiesner brings back a taste of Gothic Romance to her readers in this spooky series. Each spine tingling story within this series stands alone; there is no need to worry if you have not read the previous two titles. (Trust me when I say that they are worth your attention though.) I found myself going back and rereading sections just to enjoy the chill again.

    Unlike many novels these days, this one does not contain a lot of “filler” or “fluff” to add pages. Everything written is vital to the plot or a character’s development. The two main characters are fully developed and is the focus of the story. The secondary characters are well developed, however, since they are not primary focus and would not help move the story forward, they do not get their own full back-story told. (I like this about the author. Why give lots of details on a character that readers may not ever see again? As I said, no “fluff” added.)

    After the story is finished, readers will find a large section telling the author’s other series. As I glanced through this section, I realized that there are summaries of upcoming titles in this same series. Be sure to check them out to get a glimpse of what happens next. I am eager to get my hands on them! ****
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