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H.L. Baker was born and raised in a small town in Ontario, Canada. While studying Zoology in University, she spent a year abroad in Sweden where she met her future husband. After returning to Canada and completing her education, she moved to Spain to be with him.
It was living in Madrid, while going through major reading-withdrawal, that she began writing (a hobby she'd abandoned after high school) the kinds of stories she was always looking for. Luckily for her, she found them.
She lives in Spain with her wonderful and supportive husband.
on Sep. 18, 2013 :
Ok so I absolutely adored this read!! To me this is a Historical Romance, Love and Ghost Story all rolled into one. I sat down early Saturday morning coffee and Nook in hand and it was off to the races. Did not stop until I was done. Well maybe to get more coffee. The tale starts out with a lover's getaway to a quaint bed and breakfast. They offer activities and one of them is a ghost walk in the nearby local cemetery. Well Jackie and David decide to check it out, not really believing any of the nonsense of a murder/suicide of a prominent gentleman's wife and his lover back so many years ago. Strange winds and shadows and time loss starts happening to Jackie, who by the way is a mystery writer by trade. So after the "walk" Jackie tries to get information from the townsfolk regarding the old tale, but of course, no one wants to talk about it. Until finally Jackie finds and ally to help her investigate and try to solve all of the strange ghostly visits and information . You must read this wonderful tale and see what happens! It just so happens that Halloween is around the corner and this story fits in perfectly. I received this book free for an honest review. ( )
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Sep. 11, 2013 :
The hardest part about writing a good old-fashioned horrific ghost story, I imagine, would be ending it. We've all read books where the ghost was banished too easily, or the story became too cheesy for words, or in some way the climax became a let-down rather than a keep-me-up-reading-all-night. This book does not suffer from that complaint. If the main characters had been more likeable, and if the proofreading had been more thorough, this novella would have been a five-star story.
Note that I received a free copy of this novella through the Library Thing Member Giveaway program in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on May 25, 2013 :
Great book, loved it!
(reviewed long after purchase)