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Spookshow 3: The women in the walls - Spookshow #3 - cover

Spookshow 3: The women in the walls - Spookshow #3

Tim McGregor

Publisher: Tim McGregor

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When the detective she's fallen for needs help, a reluctant psychic must put aside her feelings to help him unravel a horrific crime. HAMILTON - Trying to maintain a normal life, psychic Billie Culpepper struggles to block out the dead souls that haunt her every move but her attempts to suppress her ability only serve to isolate her even more.Across town, Homicide Detective Ray Mockler is called to the scene of a horrific discovery; human remains unearthed from an underground chamber. Frustrated at the lack of evidence, he calls on the one person he knows who can see beyond the veil of death to unlock the truth.Kaitlin Grainger becomes increasingly obsessed with the paranormal after learning of her friend's psychic ability. Recruited to join a team of ghost hunters, Kaitlin finds herself drawn to a mysterious old manor on the hill known as the Murder House.ENGLAND – Tracking the warning signs of a looming supernatural threat, occult investigator and wanted criminal John Gantry feels suddenly compelled to return to The Hammer. Billie is in danger.

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