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Paperback, Published in Sep 2008 by Wolf's Pond Press

ISBN10: 0970224958 | ISBN13: 9780970224958

Page count: 384

Her divorce final, Iris Layton wants to break with the past. But another past comes into her life when she finds remnants of an old farmhouse on her new subdivision lot and hears local legends about Hannah Davis, the witch-ghost said to haunt the place. Iris doesn't buy the stories, but she does find Hannah haunting her as she learns more about her unseen neighbor. And it is Hannah from whom Iris draws support when she faces a real-life threat that has nothing to do with ghosts. In her own time Hannah, too, faces a serious threat after a dying girl is left at her door. And Hannah is haunted by both past and present as she sets down the facts of her life for an unknown future. "If you've ever laid your hands on the stones of an old foundation and felt the history in their mossy chill, then Hannah's House is for you. Alternating between past and present, Joyce Allen shows us how much we share with our ghosts, and how our ghosts seek us out even in our spanking new houses. A fine read that will keep you turning the pages from first to last." Nancy Peacock - author of A Broom of One's Own: Words on Writing, Housecleaning and Life "A haunting and evocative tale of two eras and two women, living on the same land but separated by more than a century, each exploring her solitude and her identity in a rapidly changing world in which there's little safety or solid ground. The two stories mirror one another across time and accumulate meaning until, subtly but unmistakably, the reader catches a glimpse of her own life and that of her sisters reflected in the narrative." Jodie Forrest - author of The Ascend

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