Everyone at Springett Hall is gossiping about the ghosts: echoes of laughter in the hallway, strange faces in the mirror, doors creaking open on their own. Lucy doesn’t know any more about the other spirits than the servants do. She can’t even remember how she died, and Philip, the only person who can see her, isn’t all that helpful in that regard. Add your own speculations about Lucy’s demise in the comments below and click the link to the left to join the Rafflecopter giveaway for a signed ARC (uncorrected advanced reader copy) between June 17th and June 24th, 2015 (please keep comments appropriate for all ages).
From The Haunting of Springett Hall:
“Maybe I had a premonition I was fated for a tragic end.”
“A romantic notion, I suppose.” A teasing glint brightened Philip’s eyes. “Unless you died in some embarrassing way.”
“What! I’m certain I didn’t.” I couldn’t admit now that I’d worried about the same thing.
“You might have choked on a chicken bone because you were eating too fast.”
“I don’t even like chicken. Meat isn’t good for one’s constitution.”
“All right.” He leaned against the bookshelf with a cocky smile. “Maybe you forgot to tie your boot laces and tripped when you glanced up to watch the peaceful flight of a dove overhead.”
I folded my arms, trying not to smile at the image. “My boots have buttons, not laces.”
“Or you were reading a book while you walked and got run over by a carriage.”
“In the house, I suppose?” I rolled my eyes.