Pub Date 10 Dec 2018
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After surviving an inexplicable supernatural event, Mary, a young woman from New Jersey is crippled by anxiety and phobias. But it isn’t until a few years later when her best friend Ashlinn is to be married at a lavish mansion in Ireland, that the mystery begins to unravel. Will Mary unlock the secrets of Corvus Hall before it’s too late? Hold onto to your seatbelt! The phantoms are coming! Corvus Hall was written in homage to Daphne DuMaurier’s Rebecca with a modern and surprising twist. If you love authentic ghost or haunted house stories, this contemporary novella is for you!
A Note From the Publisher
Kudos for Corvus Hall “I love Ms. Krall‘s gift for the supernatural. She always pulls the reader in with her colorful descriptions. Her eerie depiction of Corvus Hall is creepy enough for all those who love a good haunted house story. Ms. Krall guides the reader to a fiery conclusion I can’t explain for fear of giving too much away. This paranormal thriller will engross you to the end as Ms. Krall unearths Nigel’s mystery and Mary’s surprising fate. I highly recommend Corvus Hall to all those who love a good ghost story, mystery, and thrills!” E. Denise Billups, Amazon 5*****review “Krall crafts a strong protagonist in Mary along with both colorful and mysterious secondary characters, and then sets them down multiple backdrops to keep the story as well as your mind moving in different directions. Krall’s St. James brings to mind Willy Wonka’s Chocolate factory, and her writing has a touch of haunting and the unusual in the vein of Neil Gaiman.” Sparks, Amazon 5*****review “Ms. Krall is the queen of paranormal, weaving tales so believable through her poetic imagery and sinister plots, you’ll find yourself wondering why her stories fall into the category of, supernatural.” C.M. Turner, Goodreads 5***** review
Currently this story is on a blog tour and will hopefully be part of an ongoing festival called "First Saturday" once the weather is nice in Savannah again. The book trailer is also available on YouTube to watch and enjoy.