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BOOK REVIEW || The House At The End of Lacelean Street || Catherine McCarthy

The House at the End of Lacelean Street Catherine McCarthy    ABOUT THE BOOK THE LESSON WILL BEGIN SHORTLY. It's midnight and in the midst of an ice storm when Claudia Dance boards the bright yellow bus to Lacelean Street, a destination she has never heard of. She has no coat, no luggage, and no clue as to why she left home. In fact, she has no memory of her past whatsoever, and yet she feels compelled to make the trip. She will come to realize that salvation lies within the red-brick house at the end of Lacelean Street, a salvation granted by the strange power that dwells within. Sanity will be questioned, limits tested, and answers revealed... But at what price? RELEASED OUT NOW AUTHOR CATHERINE McCARTHY PUBLISHER DARK MATTER INK  REVIEW As usual, Catherine McCarthy writes a compelling tale in her new book The House at the End of Lacelean Street, published by Dark Matter INK. The story starts with three people on a bus. Claudia, a middle-aged woman, an older man

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