Author: Sharon Gerlach
Publish Date: December 20, 2011
Pages: 224 (approximate print length)
Available in print in the Createspace estore: https://www.createspace.com/3901625
Praise for The Wyckham House:
5 stars – A Creepy, Suspenseful, Edge of Your Seat Ride! July 11, 2012 by Skye Doggett (Amazon)
I read Wyckham House on the recommendation of my daughter, plus the fact it was free for Kindle was a plus! From page one, I was hooked! It had everything I like in a great story; mystery, suspense, supernatural elements, a little romance…just a great horror story that would make an even greater movie! That it says, “The Devil’s Mansion Book 1″ gives me hope that more will follow in this series!
5 stars – One of the best books i have read in a long time (Barnes & Noble)
One of the best books i have read in a long time. the twist and turns in this book are amazing! you will not want to put this book down. definitely a book to get!
5 stars – Review by: Gabriele Carmona on July 16, 2012 (Smashwords)
a must read for friends of the paranormal genre. interesting characters and plenty of action will keep you hooked to the very end. read this story in less than a day and can’t wait to get started on *Condemned* (book 2).
About The Wyckham House:
From the author of Malakh comes a dark tale of black magic, obsession, and the price of covenants with the fallen.
The Wyckham House has stood for centuries, its origin unknown, its history black and bloody. Aaron Schaefer came away from his experience with “the devil’s mansion” with amnesia and an aversion to specific people…and to the full moon.
When Kimberly Owens’ father disappears in Aaron’s town, she gives no heed to the potential danger. Reckless and rash, armed only with a borrowed identity, a false sense of indestructibility, and a precognitive dream that leads her to Aaron, she breezes into town – only to find herself entangled in the sticky web of a black magic priest whose obsession with her grows with every passing day.
As Kim becomes inexplicably ill and all evidence indicates her father left town of his own accord, she delves into Aaron’s mysterious past, searching for clues to lead her to her father. All evidence points to the Wyckham House.
Only one man has gone there and returned alive. But even if Aaron could remember what happened to him, he doesn’t want to.
For there are worse things than death.