The Birthing House

The Birthing House

Book - 2009
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Much to his wife's dismay, Conrad Harrison buys a large, old house in Wisconsin. After a few paranormal incidences in the new house, Conrad's wife returns to her life in California. His neighbor, Nadia claims to have been victimized by the eerie house and Conrad discovers a body hidden within his home's wall, they begin a terrifying investigation into the house's history.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c2009.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9780312385842
Characteristics: 308 p. ; 25 cm.


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Aug 21, 2012

a must read, twists and turns and edgy

Jan 12, 2012

This starts out a little wierd in the 3/4 of the way and is a page turner again. Started it Monday (Jan 9-12)...will probably finish today (Thursday Jan 12-12) or tomorrow if life gets in the way. Having trouble keeping my hands off! So wierd it's kinda wonderful!
Finished (Sat. Jan 14-12) (life got in the way!) very wild ride at the end........kinda like a roller coaster that never ends.....I'll be reading his next one for sure.

May 05, 2010

A man and his disinterested wife move to a small town to start over after he has discovered her affair. They pick a house that was once a home for expectant mothers. But when the wife leaves to try a new career, the husband is given a photo album of the past occupants only to find his wife's face in one of the century old pictures. How this happens is explained by a series of confusing conversations that may or may not happen in his head, but definitely happen in the readers head. What starts out as a wonderful premise turns into a cheap horror film script with lots of sex and crummy scares. What a true talent could have done with this, I can only imagine!

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