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HORROR HAS A NEW HOME: the Angel Hill box set - cover

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HORROR HAS A NEW HOME: the Angel Hill box set

C. Dennis Moore

Publisher: C. Dennis Moore

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Summary

WELCOME TO ANGEL HILL 
 
Angel Hill is not a place to be taken lightly. 
 
For many, it's the sort of town you escape from, not one you move into. And those who do often find the ghosts of their past have a way of following them. 
 
 
THE MAN IN THE WINDOW 
 
When Todd Morgan finally moved out on his own, the last thing he expected was the feeling of isolation that came with breaking his leg in a new town, far from his home. That feeling only got worse when the man in the window showed up, a small, somehow familiar man who did nothing, just stood there and stared at him. 
 
 
***** 
THE THIRD FLOOR 
 
Hell House. The Amityville Horror. The Haunting of Hill House. 
 
Horror author C. Dennis Moore invites you to the newest haunted house on the block, a place so mean, even in a town where strange is the norm, the stories surrounding this house are legend. The problem is they’re all true.  
 
THEIR NEW HOME IS OUT TO GET THEM  
 
As the Kitches settle into their new home, a large abandoned house in need of a lot of TLC, Angel Hill welcomes them the only way it knows how. Footsteps in the middle of the night. Voices on the phone. Their big empty house wasn't so empty after all. There's a presence, and it's growing stronger. And angrier. 
 
DOES MADNESS LIVE ON AFTER DEATH? 
 
A hulking figure stalks the halls while childlike voices whisper in mourning. And there's something unexplainable happening to Joey. His hair is shorter now, and his eyes . . . they didn't used to be that color, did they? And that birthmark on his neck looks more like a scar every day. Jack doesn't want to believe his own eyes, but for Liz the threat is all too real, and it's closing in. 
 
 
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THE GHOSTS OF MERTLAND 
 
Mandy is about to start as a caregiver at the Mertland Childrens’ Home in Angel Hill, Missouri, a town that keeps its secrets by hiding them in plain sight. For the Mertland Home, this means ghosts. 
 
Word around town is the place is haunted, and for the workers at Mertland, they make no bones about it: it is. 
 
There are menacing reflections, a labyrinthine third floor hallway, and a dark force lurking in the woods out back. But if Mandy can keep her wits and remember the rules of dealing with the ghosts, she just might have found her calling. 
 
However, unbeknownst to Mandy, she’s brought a few ghosts of her own, and when she discovers the truth at the heart of the place, all she wants to do is go home. 
 
 
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THE FLIP 
 
HARD TIMES. 
 
After almost two decades, Mike finds himself out of a job. With no prospects in Angel Hill, he decides to go into business for himself. He and his friends, Brian, Steven and Keith, form a company to buy cheap houses and flip them for quick profit. 
 
It was a great plan until their first project turned out to be more than they bargained for. 
 
DOES A CURSE EVER DIE? 
 
What started as the answer to all their problems turned into a bigger nightmare than any of them could have predicted. And there’s no way out, because, for these four friends, it was too late the moment they stepped inside. 
 
 
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HOUSEQUAKE 
 
Oliver Mark has found the perfect house. Old, abandoned on the outskirts of Angel Hill where no one lives, it’s the perfect place for he and his girlfriend to make a life together. But when Oliver breaks into the place to explore his new treasure, he finds himself lost in a maze of confusion and spatial anomaly.

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