The haunting of Henderson Close, Catherine Cavendish
The work The haunting of Henderson Close, Catherine Cavendish represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in DC Public Library System.

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  • The haunting of Henderson Close, Catherine Cavendish
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  • The haunting of Henderson Close
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  • Catherine Cavendish
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "In 1891, Edinburgh's Henderson Close is a seething mass of humanity, poverty, crime and degradation. Even murder. Miss Carmichael is a middle-aged spinster, living in the prosperous New Town. She regularly takes food, money and clothing to families living in the Closes, deep within the slums of the Old Town. In the present day, Henderson Close, having been buried under the foundations of newer buildings a century earlier, is a major tourist attraction. Tour guides, such as Hannah, lead their visitors along its eerie twists and turns. But when renovations begin in order to extend the location, the Auld De'il is released from its devil's trap. The ghost stories told by the tour guides begin to take on a sinister reality." ---, Provided by publisher
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  • fiction
OCLC Number
  • 1049286536
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  • Fiction without frontiers
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