The Lady Of The Lighthouse

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A family trip to the Aransas Pass Lighthouse turns spooky. *This story is family appropriate. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
  • Words: 4,980
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301113026
About Adrien Leduc

Originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Adrien Leduc makes his home in Victoria, British Columbia with his wife Ashley and beloved Cuban chihuahua Beyonce. A graduate of Carleton University (BA '10), Adrien is an avid fan of Canadian history and hopes to write many more books in his lifetime.

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Review by: tony parsons on Feb. 11, 2014 :
Carl Lipton III writes about lighthouses. Carl III, Laura the Mom, Sarah, & Carl Jr. are all headed for a vacation & dad tells a story.
In the 80’s a professor named John Warren of the University of Texas took 2 graduate students Michael Fishburne & Harriett Matheson to Aransas Pass to conduct field studies on Spoonbill nesting patterns. A storm comes up & the all head for the lighthouse. Something bizarre happens to them while they are sleeping. The storm is over & they all head to the nearest diner to eat. The local folk tell the trio about the lady in the lighthouse killed in a storm in 1906.
Finally they arrive at their destination. Hector Newman from the Friends of the Aransas Pass Lighthouse greets them.
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A well written spooky short story. It was fairly easy to read/follow from start/finish, & never a dull moment. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of unique scenarios & a great set of characters. This could make a great movie or TV series. No doubt in my mind a very easy rating of 5 stars for this short story (book).
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)
Review by: David Blake on Nov. 10, 2012 :
A decent enough short story, reasonably well told, although probably better suited to younger readers because as an out-and-out horror story I wouldn't say it delivers the necessary scares, twists or suspense that an adult reader might be looking for.
A note to the author - the younger brother is called Carl throughout the story, except for one instance when he's suddenly named Josh - a mistake, presumably?
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