The House on the Moor


By Alan Jacobs

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At the end of WW11, Gary Phillips left the Royal Navy a badly disfigured ex pilot. He bought an old empty house on a lonely moor to hide himself away from society. Little did he know why it was old and empty. He soon found out that it was full of the ghosts of orphan girls raped and murdered there by rich, famous and influential people for their pleasure in the 1920s. Eventually uncovered, the three people who ran the place were arrested, tried and hanged. None of the clients who used and abused the girls were even named. Gary, with the aid of Lucy Cameron a local woman who, as an ex-wartime nurse could see behind Gary's disfigurement, became determined to bring these people to justice and set the ghosts free no matter how much time had elapsed. But they finds that there are other ghosts waiting for freedom, too. Much older ghosts. Are our couple able to help them? Lucy and Gary are determined to. And will their developing love guide them?
The House on the Moor