Jacket for 'The Haunting of Hill House'


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The Haunting of Hill House

By Shirley Jackson

Alone in the world, Eleanor is delighted to take up Dr Montague’s invitation to spend a summer in the mysterious Hill House.  Joining them are Theodora, an artistic ‘sensitive’, and Luke, heir to the house.  But what begins as a light-hearted experiment is swiftly proven to be a trip into their darkest nightmares, and an investigation that one of their number may not survive.

Acclaimed as one of the finest ghost stories of the twentieth century and filmed twice as The Haunting, this is an unsettling examination of how fear can make us our own worst enemy.


An amazing writer.

Neil Gaiman


Stepping into Hill House is like stepping into the mind of a madman.

Stephen King