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Sharing a Breath #2020

Sharing a Breath The nosy old woman Issa Ossman is the first neighbor to welcome Tess Martin to the neighborhood However Issa s visit is peculiar She warns Tess The other neighbors are afraid to come into your ho

  • Title: Sharing a Breath
  • Author: Gail Matelson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sharing a Breath By Gail Matelson, The nosy, old woman, Issa Ossman, is the first neighbor to welcome Tess Martin to the neighborhood However, Issa s visit is peculiar She warns Tess, The other neighbors are afraid to come into your house Tess doesn t understand until she learns that the previous owner of her home died inside the house Where and why, Tess doesn t know Issa s ominous warnings contiThe nosy, old woman, Issa Ossman, is the first neighbor to welcome Tess Martin to the neighborhood However, Issa s visit is peculiar She warns Tess, The other neighbors are afraid to come into your house Tess doesn t understand until she learns that the previous owner of her home died inside the house Where and why, Tess doesn t know Issa s ominous warnings continue Some say he died in his sleep Some say he committed suicide But others say he died because he didn t want to hear the noises any Thrown deeper into the unknown, Tess finds a letter, written by the deceased Determined to understand the strange happenings in her neighborhood, Tess doesn t realize that her actions will affect the deceased man s fate.

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    1 thought on “Sharing a Breath

    1. Gail Matelson s Sharing a Breath is an intriguing little thriller set within a neighbourhood of mysterious characters harbouring some dark secrets New resident Tess moves in and gradually uncovers the truth about the previous owner through a series of nicely paced clues, hauntings and satisfying reveals The story is quick and easy to read with a claustrophobic atmosphere reminding me a little of Shirley Jackson s We Have Always Lived In The Castle.

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