Mormama by Kit Reed. Published by Tor

When Southern Gothic is done right, it has no match. Reed gets it right. Living on the street, Dell remembers nothing before his accident, not even where he lived before. Following the address he has a piece of paper in his pocket, her journeys to Ellis House, in Jacksonville. In the house are Lane and her son Theo,returned to their family estate as a last resort.  But it’s the three elderly, utterly creepy and nasty aunts living there that steal the show. Ellis House does not like males, and it has its own way of dealing with them. Theo is terrorized nightly, and Dell wonders what his place in all this madness really is. Highly recommended

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