The ninth novel in Kate Ellis's wonderfully addictive Wesley Peterson series.
The brutal massacre of the Harford family at Potwoolstan Hall in 1985 shocked the country and passed into local folklore. And when a journalist researching the case is murdered twenty years later, the horror is reawakened. Sixteenth-century Potwoolstan Hall, now a New Age healing centre, is reputed to be cursed because of the crimes of its builder, and it seems that this inheritance of evil lives on as DI Wesley Peterson is faced with his most disturbing case yet.
As more people die in violent circumstances, Wesley needs to discover why a young woman has transformed a doll's house into a miniature reconstruction of the massacre scene. And could the solution to his case lie across the Atlantic Ocean in the ruined remains of an early English settlement in Virginia, USA?
When the truth is finally revealed, it turns out to be as horrifying as it is dangerous..
A Cursed Inheritance - Kate Ellis
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