In the mood to look into someone’s soul only to find it doesn’t really exist?
All Things Cease to Appear, by Elizabeth Brundage, more than fits the bill — in the form of George Clare, who on the book’s earliest pages finds himself a widow and single father when his wife, Catherine, is brutally murdered.
So goes the story, which is really less a look at who killed Catherine and more a look into the history that led up to the fateful moment, beginning with the fact the house the Clares lived in may have been haunted by its previous residents.
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