If you’re a fan of haunted house supernatural horror fiction, the works of Shirley Jackson, Peter Straub, and Stephen King, you’re sure to enjoy the Harrow series, about the house of infinite hauntings in the Hudson Valley.
Each novel and prequel in this series is a different kind of supernatural horror novel, from quiet gothic (Isis, Nightmare House) to classic hauntings (Mischief, The Infinite) to the all-hell-breaks loose, not for the faint of heart of The Abandoned.
Returning to claim an inheritance, Ethan Gravesend inadvertently unlocks the long-buried secrets of a sinister mansion and awakens a nest of hungry spirits in this chilling gothic horror novel of ghosts and psychic phenomena from Bram Stoker Award-winning novelist, Douglas Clegg — Book #1 of the Harrow Haunting Series.
Genre: Horror, ghost story, haunted house, gothic thriller, suspense, supernatural fiction. This novel was 270 pages in its first print edition.
Ethan doesn’t suspect the horror that awaits him — the terror of the woman trapped within the house, the visions of occult rituals and psychic manifestation — and the endless crying of an unseen child.