Secrets of Dunn House: Book Three of the Sabine Trilogy Phyllis H Moore

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Secrets of Dunn House: Book Three of the Sabine Trilogy  by  Phyllis H Moore

Secrets of Dunn House: Book Three of the Sabine Trilogy by Phyllis H Moore
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A tragic suicide devastates Emilys home, forcing her and Sabine into the Dunn house. With her new husband, Jimbo, Emily is encouraged to open a bed and breakfast, requiring remodeling and renovation. Sabines great grandmother, Catherine LeDouxMoreA tragic suicide devastates Emilys home, forcing her and Sabine into the Dunn house. With her new husband, Jimbo, Emily is encouraged to open a bed and breakfast, requiring remodeling and renovation. Sabines great grandmother, Catherine LeDoux Dunn, manifests to protest any changes in the house. Her appearances give Sabine clues to the dysfunctional family history of the infamous Dunn family, revealing murder and deceit as a continuing theme.

Sabine delves into the renovations, ignoring Catherines protests and embraces the new family she has learned to love. Her relationship with June is solidified and her intuitions lead her to horses and the perfect mate. The family grows as Sabine makes plans for her future in this final chapter of the Sabine Trilogy. There was a presence in the upstairs hall when Sabine reached the top of the stairs.

At first she thought it was Josephine, but then she decided it wasnt, too many traits did not fit Nadine or Josephine. She knew it was a female. It was not Nadine, Sabines grandmother. Nadine had a gentle, protective spirit. This presence was not pleasant. There was a fateful, possessive feeling about it. Sabine stood quietly in the dark hall. The partial moon light beginning to lighten the balcony, filtering through the French doors, as Sabine tried to decipher who it could be. She was sure she had not met this spirit before.

It was someone new, just arrived, maybe not just arrived but latent before, hiding, waiting. Sabine was convinced it was one of the Dunn women. Sabine and Emily noticed the smallest of details and then proceeded to string them into a story that when told, was there all the time, but he had not known it.

There was a pulsing life around them. It wasnt their life. The pulsing was connected to other things, other people, the animals, the garden. He hadnt noticed it before. Jimbo felt himself expanding. He wondered at it, expanding. He never dreamed his life could expand in his middle ages. He had planned to coast.

That boy got lost and died a long time before Old Dan died. He wants to be known as that boy, not the alcoholism and illness. If we can see that boy, Daniel, not Old Dan, it will give him peace. Those names are totally different in my mouth. I can feel the difference in the energy. Elizabeth changed who that boy was.

Parents can do that to a spirit, sometimes change it from a loving, kind energy to a fearful, defensive thing, always waiting for the next blow, wary, violated. Sometimes the child spirit, the enchantment, is educated and punished right out of a person.



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