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The Standarounds of Twilight Gardens - Hallowind Cove #5 - cover

The Standarounds of Twilight Gardens - Hallowind Cove #5

Cora Buhlert

Publisher: Pegasus Pulp Publishing

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Summary

Sinister shadows menace a family… 
Strange things keep happening in the quirky little seaside town of Hallowind Cove, earning it the nickname "Harbour of the Weird". 
When the Hutchinson family buy the beautiful Beauregard mansion on Gloomland Street, they believe they've made the deal of a lifetime. 
But unfortunately, no one told them about the fog that envelops Hallowind Cove for three hundred and forty days a year. Or about the mysterious shadows that stand around Twilight Gardens, staring at random houses… 
This is a short story of 3300 words or approximately 14 pages in the Hallowind Cove series, but may be read as a standalone.

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