Stillwell by Michael Phillip Cash Review

A Haunting on Long Island Series: Book 1


Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island, by Michael Phillip Cash, is more than a ghost story and an excellent read.

Paul Russo’s wife died at a young age, only 34, after having a short illness. While he tries to cope with the loss he also has to look after their three children who are also suffering. They are trying to put their lives back together. But this is complicated by the fact that Paul is tormented by very vivid dreams of a demon who is holding his wife’s spirit hostage.

After returning to work, he is an estate agent, he is asked by friends to sell Stillwell Manor on Long Island. Stillwell Manor is believed to be haunted. He really doesn’t want to, but he reluctantly agrees. The commission from the sale would help alleviate some of his dwindling savings after paying medical bills and not working. He soon discovers that the rumours about the house could be true as there are strange goings on within the mansion. His strange dreams and Stillwell are linked, and he must solve the riddle of the house, that dates back hundreds of years, to finally set his wife free and find peace for them both.

Overall, Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island is a brilliant read that I could just not put down. This was the second book I read by Michael Phillip Cash and it is another great ghost story mixed with an emotional love story and history. His style of writing is excellent, the story is great and is an excellent read.

A very satisfying read that mixes the emotional loss of a loved one passing and a haunted house with flowing ease.

Michael Phillip Cash is definitely an author that is worth reading.

Rating: 5/5

RRP: £7.99 (Paperback) / £3.99 (Kindle)

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