The whispered words of a dying woman reach beyond the grave. Those who answer the call seek revenge.
When Emerson arrives for his new job as project manager of a Colorado casino resort, he doesn’t realize he is putting himself in peril. But inexplicable things are happening at the Crandall construction site, things he can’t even believe, let alone fight.
This job means survival, for him and the most important person in his life, so he accepts the challenges caused by the driven developer and his family, people who range from strange to downright dangerous. Then, there’s the appealing but forbidden woman who is determined to ruin them. Not to mention that Emerson has noticed some of the locals whispering that the Crandall might be cursed.
But dealing with these difficult people seems easy compared to his growing anxiety that something is out there, something worse than anything he has ever faced.
In this fast-paced paranormal tale of suspense, unforgivable acts cannot go unpunished. But who -- or what – will deliver retribution?
With the resort’s grand opening just weeks away, Emerson can no longer deny the truth. The evil is real. As the truth is revealed, will he reverse the course of destiny or become the next victim?
The Crandall Haunting is a different kind of story. I mean, it’s not totally unusual, but it had a very different feel to me for some reason. I can’t quite put my finger on what it is that made it feel so different, but it just did.
The way A.H. Gilbert crafted the setting of this story was quite impressive. I was easily able to picture each scene in full, which definitely increases the enjoyment of the story. The characters were well developed and interesting. The storyline was interesting and exciting and was able to keep my attention. Once I started reading this book, I couldn’t put it down. I know some people may have found it boring, but for me, it was just what I needed.
I recommend The Crandall Haunting to anyone looking for an excitingly creepy story full of twists and turns.