The Strangers on Montagu Street

Written by:
Karen White
Narrated by:
Aimée Bruneau

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
September 2019
13 hours 41 minutes
Charleston psychic Melanie Middleton discovers the past isn't finished revealing unsettling secrets in the third novel in the New York Times bestselling Tradd Street series.
With her relationship with writer Jack Treholm as shaky as the foundation of her family home, Melanie’s juggling a number of problems. Like restoring her Tradd Street house...and resisting her mother’s pressure to ‘go public’ with her talent—a sixth sense that unites them to the lost souls of the dead. But Melanie never anticipated her new problem.
Her name is Nola, Jack’s estranged young daughter who appears on their doorstep, damaged, lonely and defiantly immune to her father’s attempts to reconnect. Melanie understands the emotional chasm all too well. As a special, bonding gift Jack’s mother buys Nola an antique dollhouse—a precious tableaux of a perfect Victorian family. Melanie hopes the gift will help thaw Nola’s reserve and draw her into the family she’s never known.
At first, Nola is charmed, and Melanie is delighted—until night falls, and the most unnerving shadows are cast within its miniature rooms. By the time Melanie senses a malevolent presence she fears it may already be too late. A new family has accepted her unwitting invitation to move in—with their own secrets, their own personal demons, and a past that’s drawing Nola into their own inescapable darkness...
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Michelle P.

Great book!! The series completely is wonderful!

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This story is very similar to the previous books in the series, as would be expected. The author does a good job making Marc and Rebecca vile characters. The storyline in this book is a little more drawn out and sporadic, and then it is a little rushed at the end. There seems to be more filler portions than in other books with a little less development of the story line. Portions of the book just seem repetitive. However, it still is a decent story.

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craig specht

ok, this book was good, of course a certain issue has to damper it. Like the narrator.

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