Haverscroft: the debut ghost story set in East Anglia by local writer S.A. Harris

ISBN 978-1-78463-200-7

Available now from:

Jarrolds and Norwich Waterstones. 

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A modern ghost story set in East Anglia by a debut novelist to watch out for Salt Publication 15th May 2019, price £9.99 (eBook available)

Haverscroft House is big, old, gloomy and in need of some major refurbishment. Kate Keeling’s husband Mark, has his heart set on it – despite the crumbling car in the garage and the locked attic that they are not allowed to view before they move in. Kate only agrees to leave everything she knows behind in London and move to Haverscroft in a bid to salvage her marriage.


Little does Kate realise, Haverscroft’s dark secrets will drive her to question her sanity, her husband and fatally engulf her family unless she can stop the past repeating itself. Can Kate keep her children safe and escape Haverscroft in time, even if it will end her marriage?

Haverscroft is a gripping and chilling dark tale, a modern ghost story that will keep you turning its pages late into the night.

About the author
S.A. Harris is a family law solicitor living in Norwich. Haverscroft is her debut novel. She is now writing her second, a supernatural tale set on the Suffolk coast. She won the Retreat West Crime Writer Competition in 2017.

https://www.saharrisauthor.com


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