Malice Lurks in Carol Goodman’s ‘The Widow’s House’ [REVIEW]


Similar to the great Gothic novels of the Brontë sisters and Daphne du Maurier, Carol Goodman’s THE WIDOW’S HOUSE is creepy, scary, atmospheric fun… with a twist. We loved it!

Jathan & Heather

Woman of the Lake In Carol Goodman’s The Widow’sHouse, a woman looking for a new beginning gets caught in a modern mystery.
(Photo by Christos Tsoumplekas, Flickr)

A couple hard on their luck, a decaying estate, and a creepy mystery. All the elements are here to make Carol Goodman’s new Gothic thriller, The Widow’s House, a total scream. 

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