House of Echoes: Marsden Hall Book 3
Sixteen-year-old Julia McKenzie craves the approval of her absent father, a widower who has recently remarried. But Julia distrusts her stepmother, who is the cause of so much suffering and local gossip.
Her father’s residence may be the idyllic location to start a new life, but Marsden Hall is far from peaceful.
As the house gives up its ghosts, Julia finds herself confronting restless spirits, including one who wishes to communicate with her…one who is seeking revenge.
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‘I couldn’t flip the pages fast enough. Very intense. A fantastic end to the Marsden Hall series.’ – Amazon Review
‘Enjoyable tragic tale. The third installment in the Marsden Hall series does not disappoint.’ – Amazon Review.
‘Brooding in intensity… this novella richly describes the harsh isolation of an Australian rural winter. A short, enjoyable read.’ – Goodreads Review
The Stranger Within: Marsden Hall Book 2
Young governess, Louisa Campbell, yearns for love and dreams of a better life. She wants nothing more than a happy ever after. When the man she loves denies her that dream and tries to discredit her, she faces an uncertain future.
Meanwhile, the ghosts of Marsden Hall begin to stir, and a restless spirit traps Louisa in its wake. For Marsden Hall has secrets of its own.
Will those secrets destroy her chance of happiness?
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‘Loved it! The reader will wonder at times as to what and who is real. The book had a very unexpected ending and if a book can give me an emotional response, it deserves my 5-star rating.’ – Goodreads Review
‘It will have you sleeping with the lights on. It is a great spooky story that will make you jump at shadows long after you have finished reading. If you enjoy ghost stories, you will love The Stranger Within.’ – Goodreads Review
‘The Stranger Within is a spooky Gothic novella. I highly recommend it for fans of ghost stories and historical tales.’ – Amazon Review
The Curse of Marsden Hall: Marsden Hall Book 1
Richard Marsden builds a grand home in the Wolfrose Mountains, preparing to marry his sweetheart, Violet.
The house is built on land with a history of violence, witchcraft, and murder.
Richard refuses to believe in curses or superstition, but his beliefs are challenged when a dreadful event makes him question his sanity.
Is the land cursed? And who is watching . . . and waiting?
The Curse of Marsden Hall is the first in a series of novellas.
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‘Spooky, historical novella. It’s a joy to read. This is Johansson’s best work yet. Five ghostly stars!’ – Amazon Review
‘A short, sharp novella of the Gothic persuasion. It’s a fine addition to the genre.’ – Goodreads Review