Sarah Hampton is very protective of her cousin Davey who has Down’s Syndrome, but when Davey wins tickets to the haunted mansion, Sarah and all of her friends accompany him to a night that they will never forget. One of the exhibits turns out to be all too real, with real victims that have been beheaded. And the animatronic figure in the room isn’t an automaton at all, but an escaped killer. Somehow, Davey saves the day and Sarah and all of her friends escape. Years later, they are reunited when one of their group, Hannah, has been found beheaded. Sarah had loved Tyler before the mayhem on Halloween, so she is grateful that he returns to NYC from Boston to assist in the investigation of Hannah’s murder. The friends know that Archibald Lemming is dead, so who is trying to kill them all now? The book was an entertaining read, easy to figure out what was going to happen in some cases, but with a real plot twist at the end.
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This Harlequin Intrigue book will be available on January 16, 2018 at your local favorite bookseller.