The Family Plot

The Family Plot

Book - 2016
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Dahlia Dutton's father is thrilled when the aged and esteemed Augusta Winthrow appears in his office and makes a deal for his company, Music City Salvage, to take over and liquidate her massive family estate in Chattanooga. He gives the job to Dahlia, who gathers a crew and a couple of trucks and heads for the estate--an ancient house, a barn, a carriage house, and a small, overgrown cemetery that Augusta Winthrow left out of the paperwork. She left out a lot of things. Although in unusually great shape, the empty house is harboring something angry and lost, and this is its last chance to raise hell before the house is gone forever. After all, there's still room in the strange little family plot. --
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765378248
0765378248
Branch Call Number: FIC PRIEST 2016
Characteristics: 365 pages ; 22 cm

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"When a demolition and salvage company purchases an old and beautiful estate, the job begins like any other. What are those noises coming from the attic? The estate is haunted, and the job is not like any other." -- Emily H.


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ReadingAdviser_Sally Feb 21, 2018

"When in trouble, when in doubt- run in circles, scream and shout."

ReadingAdviser_Sally Feb 21, 2018

"He said you couldn't compare a house to a living, breathing person- it wasn't the same thing. In her sentiment, that was the sacrilege, right there."

ReadingAdviser_Sally Feb 21, 2018

"My name is Dahlia Dutton, and I'm sorry about what's coming. I want you to know, it isn't up to me. I'd save you if I could, but I can't- so I'll save what pieces of you I can. In that way, you'll live on somewhere else. That's all I can offer. But I promise, I will take you apart with love... and I'll never forget you."

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SnoIsleLib_AngelaB Jun 01, 2017

Compelling characters, a race against time, and home improvement in a creepy haunted house book that gave me goosebumps. Cherie Priest is known for interesting characters, realistic group dynamics, and fast-paced horror plots, and this book contains all three. If you loved films like “The Amityville Horror” and “The Woman in Black”, or want a good scare, you will enjoy this.

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