House of the Lost by Sarah Rayne
Theo inherits the vacation home in Norfolk after his cousin is murdered. He moves in thinking he has the perfect location to write his next book. And he does. It seems like someone doesn’t want him at Fenn House. And it seems that Fenn House has a book it wants written itself.
Those who like their horror really scary, you might want to go to one of the author’s other books. This is spooky not scary. And it’s spooky because a lot of it is based on true historical happenings in Romania. It’s sort of a combination mystery, horror-lite and historical fiction all wrapped up into one. I was expecting a haunted house tale and while I got a great story it wasn’t what I expected at all.