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Brimstone by Tamara Thorne - Guest Blogger Book Review

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The Brimstone Grand Hotel, owned by reclusive former movie star, Delilah Devine, looms high on Hospital Hill, harboring long-buried family secrets that whisper of unimaginable horrors. Horrors that will echo down through generations. Twisted HistoryWhen Delilah's granddaughter, Holly Tremayne, who has seen ghosts for most of her eleven years, first comes to live in the Brimstone Grand in the summer of 1968, she's delighted by its majestic western beauty - and its chilling history. But as she settles in, making friends and enemies alike, the nightmares begin. Terror in the NightWithin the walls of the Brimstone Grand, the past has come back to life, and Holly and Delilah are faced with an ancient familial evil that rages just below the old hotel's serene facade. An evil that won't rest until it possesses Holly - body, mind, and soul.

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Jennifer's Review
Brimstone is such a great book. I could not put it down. 
It's about a young girl whose mom is a failing actress looking for her next break. She and her daughter, Holly, drive to Brimstone to stay with her mom, Holly's grandmother who has a horrible secret from her past. 
Soon, Holly is forced to stay with her grandmother and soon learns about her great great grandfather and the horrible things he did and the ghosts who haunt her grandmother's mansion which used to be a hospital. 
Who are the ghosts, how can Holly see them, and why was her great great grandfather a bad guy? 
5 stars! Highly recommend this book.

Author Bio
Tamara Thorne has collected ghost stories, true and fictional, since she saw her first Twilight Zone as a tot, and continues to this day. In addition to writing novels and stories of the paranormal, she also writes non-fiction and is an active ghost hunter. She makes her home in southern California with her husband and their feline family and when she’s not writing, can be found haunting ghost towns, phantom-filled hotel rooms, and other spooky places. Tamara loves to hear from her readers. Whether you have questions or comments or would like to share your own ghostly experience,come visit her at her website

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