PJ Webb's Lora Lee opens with an aspiring author - the eponymous teenager living in South Carolina in 1922 - seeking the approval of the local elderly newspaper editor. Her best friend, Amanda, would
probably be diagnosed bi-polar today, often bed-ridden with depression.
Lora Lee is herself plagued by a recurring dream. Her brother, Riley - a handsome chap two years her senior - initiates a clandestine affair with Amanda.
With dashes of Gothic - both Southern and Victorian - Webb lays out the opening pages of a superb yarn involving blazing homesteads, orphanages, murders and suicides in the opening chapters.
This ghost story is well-made horror. You can buy Lora Lee now!
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