Haunted Homeplace Tales from the Borderlands of Tennessee and Kentucky You ll find tales of things that live in shadows and only come when they re called The trouble is that you don t always know when you ve called them The haunted library where one can distinctly hear

  • Title: Haunted Homeplace: Tales from the Borderlands of Tennessee and Kentucky
  • Author: Beverly Forehand
  • ISBN: 9781939306012
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • You ll find tales of things that live in shadows and only come when they re called The trouble is that you don t always know when you ve called them The haunted library, where one can distinctly hear the sound of soft bare feet on the wooden floor and the slow scrape of a book being removed from the bookcase A departed old hog named Bramble Brew, fierce in life, You ll find tales of things that live in shadows and only come when they re called The trouble is that you don t always know when you ve called them The haunted library, where one can distinctly hear the sound of soft bare feet on the wooden floor and the slow scrape of a book being removed from the bookcase A departed old hog named Bramble Brew, fierce in life, fierce in death The spirit of a dead man, rich while alive, who s come back to claim his prized possession An old root cellar that Granny swears is nothing to be afraid of she says the smell is from the earth walls, and that s it s just the moist air trapped in a small space But dead things are in the dark.Read about these spirits and in Haunted Homeplace.

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      Published :2018-05-08T17:44:01+00:00

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    1. This book arrived the day before Halloween and I read it all in one night. So many great Southern stories. I've always loved legends and these are the best kind - old stories with a modern twist. The retelling of "Golden Arm" was really interesting and I used half a box of Kleenex after reading "Strays" and "Roses from Thorns." Don't worry! There are plenty of funny stories too. "Fortunate" and "More than Molasses" both made me smile.I just hope there are more Prosper Vance short stories in the [...]

    2. I bought it with a group of friends to read during our book club and to have the author sign it.I loved all these stories. I think my favorites were "Bred in the Bone," "More Than Molasses," and "Them That Hunger," but "Strays" made me cry and I'll never look at root cellars or found pennies the same way again. I curled up with a hot toddy, a quilt, and my cat and read this book in one sitting. Definitely a keeper. I just wish it was available on Kindle so I could take it with me everywhere.

    3. I picked up this book on the recommendation of a friend and I really liked it. I've always loved short stories and there were more than 20 to choose from. Even though some of the stories were dark, there are also many that are very humorous. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who loves a good story and especially anyone who likes Southern legends or gothic fiction.

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