The Haunting of Bluefield Plantation By Alexandria Clarke
The Haunting of Bluefield Plantation (A Riveting Haunted House Mystery Series Book 33) By Alexandria Clarke
Book/Novel Author: Alexandria Clarke
Book/Novel Title: The Haunting of Bluefield Plantation
Secrets, lies, and everything in between.When Louella Ward unexpectedly inherits her late grandfather’s assets, she and her brother become the new owners of a crumbling plantation home and the land around it. Soon after receiving the keys, Lou begins to wonder about Bluefield’s hidden secrets. Strange figures lurk in the shadows, and Lou experiences a resurgence in her childhood nightmares. While her brother works to sell the house, Lou unravels the surrounding mystery. At Bluefield, the dead walk, but is Lou the only one who can see them?
Lou inherits a home from her grandfather. She has fond memories of spending summers there as a child, but warnings from he father about its danger stay in her mind as she tries to renovate it with her brother. Old history soon merges its head, and she is the only one who can see what is truly happening.
Great story. Also liked it being in the South. So much history there good and bad. Lots of ghosts there also.
Such a marvelous story, well thought out, well constructed. Well edited. Loved it entirely. Definitely a must read in the series
Was awake for hours reading this book. When I wasn’t reading it, I was looking forward to getting back to it. Excellent ghost story.
The Haunting of Bluefield Plantation by Alexandria Clarke Well written, interesting, intriguing ghost story. I didn’t want to put it down. Lou and her brother inherit their Grandpa’s haunted mansion. Ben wants nothing to do with it and plans to sell as soon as possible. Lou on the other hand is intrigued by it and wants to stay there. Then she starts seeing ghosts. This is not the type of book I normally read but picked it up as a change from my cozy mysteries. Boy, am I glad I did. I loved it. Alexandria Clarke is a great writer, and I will be reading more of her books in the future. If you like ghost stories you will love this book.
I really loved reading this because there were no ‘dry spells’. Once I started read, I couldn’t put it down.