The Girl in the Manor

The Girl in the Manor

The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor.
Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara…

What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common?
Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine?

Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé.
She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body.
The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her.
Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it?
But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as everyone thought.

The further Emma dives into the case, the more she realizes, everything is not as it seems.
As secrets from Everly’s past rise to the surface and the shocking nature of it discovered.
Emma must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim herself. In the close-knit town of Sherwood, something or someone is coming for Emma Griffin.
With her past constantly haunting her, and the disturbing nature of this mystery. Nothing is what it seems, yet everything feels so familiar.
Emma is left to wonder if she is really losing her mind.

How deep down the rabbit hole will Emma go to find out the truth of her past?
How far will she go to find out the truth behind Everly Zara’s death?
One thing's for certain, Emma’s entire world will be forever changed once the truth is revealed.

The Girl in the Manor is the third book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.

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    The Girl in the Manor Reviews

  • Sara Estrada

    Wow, this one was better than the previous book....

  • Michelle Adams

    Excellent storylineExcellent storyline. However I suggest a proofreader/editor to fix the grammar/syntax/sub verb agreement issues that detract from the story and are irritating. I'm more than happy t...

  • Jennifer Hunt

    I received a copy of this book from the author on exchange for an honest review*I loved this book! I haven't read the others in this series, but they're now on my tbr list. This book pulls u in from t...

  • Bonnie Barkman

    First book I’ve read by this author. Plot was good but the ending left the reader hanging with some things. Maybe because it’s a series. The numerous errors and typos were quite annoying. I think ...

  • Sara

    I still liked the first book in this series the best, but this one was pretty good. I will say there were some major misses in the editing though, which made following the storyline confusing at times...

  • Margie J. Shine

    Good book but...Good story and well written but editing could be better. Confusing because baby Penelope is continually referred to as a he instead of a she. ...

  • Billie

    The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor.Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara…What does the death of a young child, and the sudden dea...

  • Melissa Hamann

    So here we are, a third book into Emma's story, the world's most bumbling and fumbling FBI agent, who despite her apparent abilities manages to lucky-hunch and "oh boy" her way to another case solved....

  • Dan Smith

    Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé.She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words writt...

  • Lindsey

    As I've stated in my reviews for the earlier books in this series, there are things that I personally would change. However, it kept my interest throughout the book enough to keep me reading. I really...