Lorraine Claude is fascinated with the morbid and weird. It is an interest she has turned into a profitable career as a publisher of lurid non-fiction. And the most recent novel from one of her most popular authors, Pytr Knoll has her captivated. The book deals with lurid events committed in lonely New England farmhouses since the days of the Puritans. Claude cannot get Knoll's accounts out of her mind, and she decides to take a weekend drive into the New England country and explore one of these farmhouses for herself.
by Steven Philip Jones
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