House of Spines by Michael J. Malone. Published by Trafalgar Square

Ran McGhie has led a tormented life, suffering from mental illness. When he inherits a huge old mansion in Scotland, he believes he might have a chance to start over. After all the Hall is home to one of the largest private libraries Ran has ever seen, and as a poet, the whole thing seems somehow fated. It’s not until Ran begins strolling the endless and echoing halls of the mansions, that he begins to see and hear things that may not be there, that should not be there, that he begins to lose the little grasp on reality that he had. Filled with creepy old elevators and haunted mirrors, this is a Gothic novel perfect to curl up with on a cold winters night

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