The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne #BookReview


Check out the book, The Upstairs Room, by Kate Murray, as reviewed on the My Chestnut Reading Tree blog

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About this book…

It was there from the beginning, the day they first saw the house . . .

Eleanor and Richard have stretched themselves to the limit to buy the perfect home – a tall Victorian townhouse with enough room for their growing family. But the cracks are already starting to show. Eleanor is unnerved by the eerie atmosphere in the house and convinced it is making her ill. Their two young daughters are restless and unsettled; three-year-old Rosie misbehaves and points to an imaginary girl.

Richard, still positive they’ve found the house of their dreams, is more preoccupied with Zoe – their alluring, mercurial twenty-seven-year-old lodger, who is also struggling to feel at home. As Eleanor’s symptoms intensify, she becomes determined to unravel the mystery of the family who lived in the house before them and left in a hurry. Who were the Ashworths, and why is the…

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