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A photojournalist on assignment for a major publication takes a picture of a stately Victorian home and captures the image of an attractive, turn-of-the-century young minister who begins to haunt every picture she takes anywhere in the world. Caitlin Meyers is drawn deeper into her nightmare and compelled, for her sanity, to unravel the mystery of why the apparition of theA photojournalist on assignment for a major publication takes a picture of a stately Victorian home and captures the image of an attractive, turn-of-the-century young minister who begins to haunt every picture she takes anywhere in the world. Caitlin Meyers is drawn deeper into her nightmare and compelled, for her sanity, to unravel the mystery of why the apparition of the holy man is obsessed with following her. Her journey reveals a centuries-old murder mystery and the evil souls that will not rest until more lives are lost or the ghosts are finally put to rest....

Title : PHOTOPLASM: A Haunting
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ISBN : 18745183
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 205 Pages
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PHOTOPLASM: A Haunting Reviews

  • VampireRomanceBooks ThatsErotica
    2019-03-06 22:19

    Caitlin Meyers is a photographer who is sent on an assignment in Durango, Colorado. Everything goes as expected until she starts photographing a house on Third Street, and she reopens an old mystery.Caitlin's passion is photography, and she has managed to make a good living of it. The young woman is fiercely independent and level headed. In a way it seemed she was independent to a fault, because she holds everyone at arm's length.It isn't often that I come across a ghost story to review so I was really excited when the opportunity presented itself. Pickard's Photoplasm is part ghost story, and part mystery. Caitlin discovers she photographed an apparition in Durango, and she can hardly believe it. When she realizes the ghost of the former Durango reverend followed her home she has no choice but to accept it. I liked the story as a whole, although sometimes it seemed to move a little slow. I thought it was a nice read for a lazy Saturday afternoon, and I would gladly read more of Pickard's work. **Reviewed by Teresa D. for VampireRomanceBooks.com**

  • Frank Pickard
    2019-03-14 03:27