“Lily died the day we signed the escrow papers,” Theo Parker writes of his bride and the bed-and-breakfast they’d just bought in the picturesque coastal town of Cambria. He was driving the day they crashed into an oncoming car, killing Lily instantly. Theo soon learns he can no more bring his beautiful new wife back than he can kill the guilt that’s eating his soul – or the thing that’s haunting his new home.Making the best of his recuperation from the car accident, Theo and his property manager, the dowdy and troubled Eleanor Gacy, begin to investigate strange occurrences in Monroe House, the bed-and-breakfast. As they do, both Theo and Eleanor start to see a bit of hope for a chance at redemption, and maybe even a new beginning.
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“An eerie, sexy, and very unnerving supernatural thriller. . . .”--Pierce Gardner, screenwriter of Lost Souls on The Haunting of Cambria“Unspooling like an eerie, classic suspense movie in your mind, Taylor’s novel is beautifully crafted.”--Jay Bonansinga, author of The Sinking of the Eastland on The Haunting of Cambria
Richard Taylor has worked as an advertising copywriter, motion-picture production company executive, and studio executive.In 2002, Richard, his wife Jackie, and their two cats moved to the lovely seaside town of Cambria, located at the halfway point between Los Angeles and San Francisco on California’s Central Coast.