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House of Whispers: Book One Of The Supernatural Properties Series (Supernatural Properties) by Margaret Lucke
Cover Artist: Timothy Lantz
Review by Beth Slater
Juno Books Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780809571581
Date: 01 March 2008 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Claire Scanlan is back in California trying to pick herself back up off the ground after a devastating, surprise divorce and an entirely new career change. Starting her real estate career with the opportunity to list a world-renowned architect's ocean-view home seems like a dream come true until a co-worker worms her way into the deal and the seller is forced into a difficult decision –- which agent should represent his brother's home? But the house has a history of its own –- the owner and his family were brutally murdered in it and the past haunts the house –- or maybe a few ghosts.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Claire Scanlan is launching a new career in real estate and has a chance to sell a spectacular oceanview home designed by a world-renowned architect. But the home has a problem that frightens off buyers - it was the site of a vicious mass murder. As Ben Grant, the handsome, successful brother of one of the murder victims, shows Claire and a real estate rival the empty house, Claire experiences strange sensations. The unexplainable experiences continue and the idea that the place might be haunted both fascinates and repels her. Claire is also fascinated, and not at all repelled, by Ben Grant. Claire realizes the psychic experiences are real and must solve the mystery of the bloody tragedy - even though Ben seems to be a suspect.

(Source: Juno Books)

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