Release Date: January 31, 2017
Publisher: Tantor audio
Length: 8 hours 34 minutes
Narrator: Terry Schnaubelt
Buy: Audible | Kindle
Fleeing a troubled past, Sarah Faust has found the perfect place to begin a new life. Tucked away on a charming side street and surrounded by lush grounds, the neglected 300-year-old townhouse in the port city of Charleston offers a refuge and a place to start over. But all is not as it seems at Five Rue Lane, and she soon finds that her new house harbors something that has been there for a very long time. Something that refuses to stay buried.
Review:Kindle edition is free on Kindle unlimited. Sarah moves to Charleston after her marriage falls apart. With no family she decides a fresh start would be good and her mother loved and always talked about Charleston, where she grew up, so that is where Sarah heads. Many people have broken their leases when staying at Rue Lane but Sarah feels a connection to the house. Then she discovers its on a ghost tour, she starts seeing strange things, and more mysterious connections to her family start cropping up.
Creepy and filled with history this book is a great October read. With ancient ancestors, evil spirits and witch gardens along with old Charleston architecture history this book is a fascinating read that keeps you turning pages. I almost wish it had been a bit longer so she could have delved deeper into some of the characters but overall it was a fun read.