Evil Is Taking Root
It's a New York City architect's dream come true. Amy Armstrong has just inherited the ruins of a three-hundred-year-old stone farmhouse. But there's a reason she finds the property in pieces when she arrives in Covenant Parish, Pennsylvania to claim it.
If you love Shirley Jackson's The Lottery, Stephen King's The Shining, or Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby, don't miss this harrowing tale of family, farmland, and fear — Haven House.
Amy Armstrong is a pregnant Manhattan architect who inherits the ultimate restoration project-a 300-year-old farmhouse. She views the project and the rural town as a chance to start anew after a terrible assault. But there is some information about this inheritance, this property, and even the baby she's carrying that the townspeople don't want her to know.
Something evil, and on a very grand scale.
Haven House: a novel of homegrown terror.