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The Hoader by Jess Kidd


Maud Drennan - underpaid carer and unintentional psychic - is the latest in a long line of dogsbodies for the ancient, belligerent Cathal Flood. Yet despite her best efforts, Maud is drawn into the mysteries concealed in his filthy, once-grand home. She realises that something is changing: Cathal, and the junk-filled rooms, are opening up to her.
With only her agoraphobic landlady and a troop of sarcastic ghostly saints to help, Maud must uncover what lies beneath Cathal's decades-old hostility, and the strange activities of the house itself. And if someone has hidden a secret there, how far will they go to ensure it remains buried?
Basically I saw this book reviewed on Ronnie Turner's Book Blog and fell in love with the cover! I was also intrigued by Ronnie's review and decided I had to read it! These book bloggers are too good at recommending all the latest and greatest books - I'm a hopeless case and my TBR pile doubles overtime I look on Twitt…

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