The Haunting of Crimshaw Manor

· BHC Press
5 reviews

About this ebook

Every town has a mystery.

The Crimshaw family were once the caretakers of the prestigious Strathmore Estate. After the great blizzard of 1868, the townspeople found Elizabeth Crimshaw’s body hanging from the banister. Her young son and husband were declared missing and never found. 

Every town has a legend.

The locals say they have seen Elizabeth’s ghost and that the manor is haunted. Others claim to have heard a woman’s scream and have witnessed strange lights and shadow people.

Some mysteries are better left unsolved.

What really happened to the promising Crimshaw family? Are the rumors surrounding the family true? Intent on investigating these claims, Stephen Davenport, adjunct professor of Paranormal Studies at Strathmore University, along with students from the school’s paranormal investigations club begin a weekend investigation.

What they find confirms their beliefs in the paranormal—and challenges them to simply stay alive.  

Ratings and reviews

5 reviews
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I love this genre, and I love this book! It is so suspenseful and exciting. I love a good ghost story and this book fits the bill.
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3.5 stars Stephen has just become a new professor of Paranormal Studies at a university he used to attend. He had been in a relationship with Evelyn, who is still a student there. Stephen is called ...

About the author

Mark E. Drotos has always loved the strange and unexplainable. While attending Radford University, he lived in a haunted house off campus which fueled his interest in the paranormal.

After a successful career in law enforcement, it was only natural to blend his interest in the paranormal and his experience as a criminal investigator with his love of writing. The Haunting of Crimshaw Manor is his debut novel.

In his spare time, he enjoys boating, fishing, and being with his family. He resides in Alexandria, Virginia where he is currently working on his next ghost adventure.

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