The Eyes That Moved

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Kendra, a young girl who has a knack for spotting unusual trinkets in abandoned houses, meets Adam, a fellow sleuth and collector. When they embark on their biggest adventure yet, the Whitson house, Kendra discovers a deadly secret and learns Adam isn't at all who he claimed to be. More
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About Rachelle M. N. Shaw

An avid reader who has an incurable need to research everything she comes across, Rachelle is an author of paranormal and horror books as well as the occasional women's fiction piece. Since scribbling down her first story at the age of eight, her love for language and books has blossomed into a full-time career. She currently works as an independent editor and author while being a stay-at-home mom to her children and a rather persnickety cat. When she’s not baking cupcakes or playing in the snow, you can catch her blogging, tweeting, or plotting her next series.

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About the Series: The Porcelain Souls
One haunted house, whispers of a missing girl, and a demon with vengeance at his core. This series holds a collection of chilling paranormal horror shorts that will make you think twice about porcelain dolls. Inspired by the works of Poe and Hitchcock, The Porcelain Souls gives you suspense without all the gore. If you like creepy houses and quirky characters, you'll love the unexpected twists in these classic horror tales.

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Morgdl reviewed on Jan. 10, 2019

Classic quick horror story, the kind you would tell in a dark room with a flashlight pointed to your face.
Simple and effective with a theme that was not the most original but was explored in an enjoyable way. It would have benefited of being a bit longer and instead of having the usual monolog of exposition on its climax maybe have some flashbacks in order to let the reader peace the story by himself. That way we would have learnt more about some key characters that were just mention briefly.
Despite that was enjoyable and would recommend to any horror fan.
(review of free book)
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