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Stormi's Review: The Attic Room: A psychological thriller by Linda Huber

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Publisher: Self-Published

Released: July 22nd 2015

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

Length: 310 pages

Format: eBook, Paperback

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A father’s secret... a mother’s lie... a family mystery.

An unexpected phone call – and Nina’s life takes a disturbing twist. Who is John Moore? And how does he know her name?

Nina travels south to see the house she inherited, but sinister letters arrive and she finds herself in the middle of a police investigation. With her identity called into question, Nina uncovers a shocking crime. But what, exactly, happened in the attic room, all those years ago? The answer could lie close to home.

The arrival of her ten-year-old daughter compounds Nina’s problems, but her tormentor strikes before she can react. Searching for the truth about the Moore family puts both Nina and her child into grave danger.

Five Boundless Stars

Nina has just dealt with the death of her mother. Then she gets a call from a lawyer saying she has inherited a house and a large amount of money from an unknown relative. She goes to visit the lawyer and get the information she needs about this strange relative. While there she finds out many secrets from her past that not only put her life in danger, but the life of her daughter as well. This book was just wow. The story was captivating. Around every turn something new comes up and it gives the reader a big shock. This story was well written and was action packed. It told a sad and disturbing story that will keep you reading late into the night.

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