Tempering The Ghost

A wrong turn leads to a wretched house. But when darkness speaks, will the dead voices save her from the scruples of a demonic foe?

Colorado. Perched on top of a hill overlooking Ghost Gully is Baron House, once owned by a reclusive psychologist with a sinister bent. Doubling as a rogue hypnotherapist, Aldous Baron took his experiments to the limits, breaking every rule to achieve his compulsive aim to converse with the dead.

And inside this house is an endless room inspiring as much as evil: a paradox in the spirit dimension never experienced by Clarisse.

But there is more than meets the eye, and the evil spirits can’t wait to induce an unforgiving terror upon their new arrivals. When Clarisse sees the mansion as a perfect setting to investigate a new spiritual dimension, she becomes dismissive of the dangers that lurk behind these corridors of death—putting herself at significant risk to an uncanny dark force.

Will Baron House be Clarisse’s final foray into spirit encounters, or will she make an excruciating exit before it’s too late?

Tempering the Ghost is the thought-provoking sixth book in the Haunting Clarisse supernatural horror series. You’ll love Janice Tremayne’s malevolent tale if you like bold characters, adrenaline-spiking paranormal investigations, and jaw-dropping twists and turns.

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