“Confession: I haven’t switched off my bedroom lights since.” Rupa Gulab, Author and Columnist, on The Face At The Window

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Age is not the only devastating thing that catches up with retired school teacher Mrs McNally – old memories, family secrets and a malevolent ghost make her gasp for breath – and make the reader gasp too.  Rest assured no sweat will be generated while reading this book, because you flip the pages so fast to get to the bottom of things and stir up a gust of wind. And just as Mrs McNally has to keep a light on her bedroom after the ghost makes its first appearance, the reader will probably have to do the same too. Confession: I haven’t switched off my bedroom lights since.”

-Rupa Gulab, Author of Girl Alone, Chip of the Old Blockhead, The Great Depression of the 40s, I Kissed A Frog, Simi’s Mum’s Diary and Daddy Come Lately.

 

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