“Wildfell by London Clarke turned out to be a cracking good read… The characters are an eclectic bunch, each having their own story to tell, and each was developed individually and as part of the main story. This is a chilling tale, full of horrors you don’t even want to dream of and plenty of suspense. For a debut novel, it’s brilliant. I hope to read more from London Clarke in the future.”–Review from Readers’ Favorite
“A definite must-read for Bronte fans or anyone who loves Gothic novels! I instantly connected with the protagonist and her story, and I couldn’t rest until I reached the ending. The mystery intertwined with the story is gripping and the characters are real and complicated. I intend to read more by this author.”–Jacqueline Patterson, Author
“This book is creepy scary. Who doesn’t like old buildings and unexplained events. This book is such an easy read and is very hard to put down. The main character is very easy to relate to. The ending will shock you a little. But keep reading.” —5-Star Amazon Review
Running away isn’t always an escape…
After a traumatic experience with her graduate school professor, Anne Fleming disposes of all her possessions, boards a plane, and plans to check out of life. But a chance meeting on an international flight leads her to Wildfell, a gothic mansion north of London. At first glance, Wildfell seems like the perfect place to hide out, and Anne is intrigued by its strange atmosphere and history of disappearances and deaths. But echoing voices, ghostly mists, a mute girl with a sketchbook full of murders, and a possessive landlady force her to confront her deepest fears.
Anne’s budding romance with gorgeous Irish actor Bain Tierney holds her to the house. But when Wildfell tenants begin disappearing and dying, Anne must decide if she trusts Bain. Is anyone in the house who they claim to be? Or are there are other forces at work inside Wildfell? And will they ever let her leave?