Blind House by Jamie Lee Brooke

4 Stars from me

Absolutely perfect for this time of year, Blind House is atmospheric, engaging and at times down right scary. Not one to read on your own in a cottage in the woods for sure!

I really felt for Megan and she was an easy character to like and feel empathy towards. I was quickly invested in her story and blown away by her bravery as she continually dragged herself up and battled on no matter what this odd little tale threw at her.

The Hustons added an exotic dimension and the author perfectly captured the swooning adoration of us mere mortals towards handsome/glamour celebrities. Megan’s fawning sister was the perfect opposing character to Megan’s no nonsense and practical approach.

In the background of the glitz and glamour is a good solid horror/ghost story that poor old Megan seems to have no choice but to solve.

Overall, a book full of excellent red herrings and misdirection, fabulously enjoyable characters and a superbly engaging spooky read!

My thanks to ZooLoosBookTours and Jamie Lee Brookes for letting me be a part of this Spellbound Books blog tour.

Blurb: Fame is about to get deadly in this terrifying, fresh take on a haunted house thriller.

Set in an idyllic Cotswolds village, rookie paranormal investigator, Megan Forrest, is roped into investigating the strange goings-on at the home of Hollywood actor, Ross Huston.

Ross and his wife Deborah are convinced that their Victorian mansion is being haunted by the mentally ill patients who resided there in the late nineteenth century.
Patients who were brutally treated and murdered at the hands of a cruel doctor.

As Megan investigates ghosts from the past, two women from the present go missing – women who were last seen at the Huston’s property. Who was the doctor and how is everything connected?

When Megan finds herself swept up in a dangerous game, she can’t escape.

Who was the Doctor?

One thing she knows for sure, is that there is something watching her…

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