The Gordon Place

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The Gordon Place
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The Gordon Place Synopsis

Lost Hollow constable Graham Gordon just walked into his abandoned childhood home for the first time in twenty years. Local teenagers have been spreading rumors about disembodied screams coming from inside. Now, thanks to a rickety set of cellar stairs and the hateful spirit of his dead father, he might never escape.

Meanwhile, Channel 6 News feature reporter Afia Afton—whose father is the victim of a local decades-old hate crime—is meeting with town administrator Patsy Blankenship. Her mission is to develop a ghost story feature for a special to air on the station’s Halloween broadcast. When Patsy tells her about the screams at the Gordon place, the past and the present are set on a collision course with potentially catastrophic results.

Can Graham come to terms with his father’s past and redeem his own future? Can the murder mystery that has haunted Afia for most of her life finally be solved?

It’s a fight for the future and the past when spirit and flesh wage war at the Gordon place.


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…a thrilling throwback horror tale that tears through the pages like a hound from hell.

David Simms for Scream Horror Magazine, Issue 55

The descriptive nature of the story has you feeling you are really there, hearing every creak and echo of the past.

Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers’ Favorite

Thorne eases into the story as if spinning a ghostly yarn, it is as comforting as sliding into a warm bloodbath and just as soothing and nerve-jangling.

Drew Rowsome for My Gay Toronto Magazine

Thorne has some serious writing chops and every time I jumped back into The Gordon Place, I was easily whisked away to Lost Hollow.

Steve Stred for Kendall Reviews

There are no heroes in Lost Hollow, just ordinary people dealing with extraordinary situations and it makes for a dark and wonderful ride.​​​​​​​

Yeti for TN Horror News
 

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