Author: Doris Woodard Wallace
Kate Stanfield defied her father's warning when she married handsome Jack Dawson, refusing to believe that Jack was an opportunist after her money. Jack, a struggling writer, complained of needing a secluded place to work. Actually he was seeking a safe and convenient haven in which to meet with his love, to end his sneaking and the danger of being caught by Kate and losing all the advantages her wealth had to offer. The search for a place that met with Jack's demands let them to Ramble House, a magnificent edifice that Kate fell in love with at first sight and Jack refused to even consider. The atmosphere inside the house caused his blood to run cold, and his first impression was that the house was haunted. Kate's obsession compelled her to make an offer to buy the house against Jack's objections, even though he refused to live there. Kate ignored his refusal and moved into the house alone. She began to experience strange events and mysterious visions as supernatural forces opened doors to Ramble history. Driven by greed, Jack harnessed his objections and joined Kate at Ramble House, a move he was soon to regret as horrifying occurrences drive him to the limits of fear when he witnessed Kate's bizarre behavior and preoccupation with the past. Doris Woodard Wallace has turned a corner in her fresh and chilling approach to tradition ghost stories. She is the author of the Western trilogy: Flynn I, II, and III.