No Ones Home

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  • 391 pages
  • No Ones Home
  • D.M. Pulley
  • English
  • 15 October 2017

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No Ones Home For fans of The Haunting of Hill House comes a dark tale of a mansion haunted by a legacy of tragedy and a family trapped by lies Margot and Myron Spielman move to a new town, looking for a fresh start and an escape from the long shadow of their past But soon after they buy Rawlingswood, a foreclosed mansion rud to be haunted, they realize they re in forof the same or worse.After a renovation fraught with injuries and setbacks, the Spielmans move in to the century old house, and their problems quickly escalate The home s beautiful facade begins to crumble around them when their teenage son uncovers disturbing details of Rawlingswood s history a history of murder, betrayal, and financial ruin The Spielmans own shameful secrets and lies become harder to hide as someone or something inside the house watches their every move.As tensions build between the family members, the home s dark history threatens to repeat itself Margot and Myron must confront their own ghosts and Rawlingswood s buried past before the house becomes their undoing. Download No Ones Home by D.M. Pulley – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “No Ones Home

  1. Sarah says:

    I loved reading this book And if I had had the time to read this in one sitting, then I most certainly would have done Chilling, spooky, and mind bending, this book had me hooked from the beginning I m not normally scared by books and don t have much time for horror stories yet, this book from Pulley was brilliant.It s a complicated narrative that is presented to us Readers follow several families and their experiences of living at Rawlingswood At first I found this quite complicated to fol I loved reading this book And if I had had the time to read this in one sitting, then I most certainly would have done Chilling, spooky, and mind bending, this book had me hooked from the beginning I m not normally scared by books and don t have much time for horror stories yet, this book from Pulley was brilliant.It s a complicated narrative that is presented to us Readers follow several families and their experiences of living at Rawlingswood At first I found this quite complicated to follow and had to keep reminding myself of which backstory belonged where This is where I think reading this story totally uninte...

  2. Judy Collins says:

    OUTSTANDING 5 Stars So excited about my upcoming Elevator QA with the Author, coming Sept 1 More coming however, some quick notes I just finished and cannot stop thinking about these characters You must read this book NO ONE S HOME is brilliantly written One of the Best haunted house suspense thrillers I have ever read I mean EVER D M Pulley s Best yet I do not even read horror, nor supernatural, but this is NOT that kind of book It is so muchOnce OUTSTANDING 5 Stars So excited about my upcoming Elevator QA with the Author, coming Sept 1 More coming however, some quick notes I just finished and cannot stop thinking about these characters You must read this book NO ONE S HOME is brilliantly written One of the Best haunted house suspense thrillers I have ever read I mean EVER D M Pulley s Best yet I do not even read horror, nor supernatural, but this is NOT that kind of book It is so muchOnce you pick it up, you cannot put it down Everything is very realistic which is the scary part It reads like a riveting multi generational historical fiction, a gripping domestic suspense, and a moving emotional family drama You may even think shows Breaking Bad, Underground Railroad, The Great Gatsby, This Is Us, HGTV, and a true crime series, all rolled into one You may even shed a tear or two I did A cross between historical and contemporaryThe author j...

  3. Alayne Emmett says:

    This book was creepy throughout and sometimes it really scared me, I m not easily scared when I read a book but, this one had so much atmosphere written into it that I was at times unnerved by it.If you like a ghostly ...

  4. Katherine says:

    Myron and Margot Martin just landed the deal of the century on a new home The house,of a mansion than a house, is a mess but Myron sees the potential not just for renovations, but also for a fresh start for his family but Rawlingswood has a complicated past of its own, evidenced not just in the physical damage done to the house over the years, but also by the cryptic graffiti that covers nearly every wall As the Martins dig into a full scale renovation, the house begins to peel back its Myron and Margot Martin just landed the deal of the century on a new home The house,of a mansion than a house, is a mess but Myron sees the potential not just for renovations, but also for a fresh start for his family but Rawlingswood has a complicated past of its own, evidenced not just in the physical damage done to the house over the years, but also by the cryptic graffiti that covers nearly every wall As the Martins dig into a full scale renovation, the house begins to peel back its layers and reveal its secrets This multigenerational tale of mystery and suspense connects four families defined by tragedy and death, the lingering pain of which begins to reveal itself to the Martins teenaged son Hunter.This novel is classic D.M Pulley and hearkens back to her first book, The Dead Key which remains one of my favorites Pulley is a master of building a world of suspense interwoven with the history that surrounds the buildings who are as m...

  5. Marjorie says:

    3.5 StarsThis was a pretty good book that, initially, certainly ratcheted up the tension With multiple storylines centred around the history of the sprawling Rawlingswood mansion It seems that the house is plain old bad news and that nobody has ever been happy here well, almost nobody.For me, it was just a shame that the final reveal felt like a bit of a cop out From the identity of the shadowy girl that seems to be haunting the mansion and the Spielman s to the secret, literally, buried in 3.5 StarsThis was a pretty good book that, initially, certainly ratcheted up the tension With multiple storylines centred around the history of the sprawling Rawlingswood mansion It seems that the house is plain old bad news and that nobody has ever been happy here well, almost nobody.For me, it was just a shame that the final reveal felt like a bit of a cop out From the identity of the shadowy girl that seems to be haunting the mansion and the Spielman s to the secret, literally, buried in the garden By the time I got to the end I was pretty much just reading to complete the book rather than to find out what happened It didn t help that the majority of the book was set in the present day and centred around the Spielman s a dislikeable pair of parents and a pretty standard teenage boy To be entirely fair Hunter is the best of the t...

  6. Kate Lowe says:

    Atmospheric Intriguing Haunting Sent chills down my spinethan once and left me searching the shadows for a glimpse of white night gown Highly recommended for fans of horror everywhere

  7. TheFormerAstronomer says:

    3 stars feels a bit mean but 4 stars is too many call it 3.5 stars.This was a pretty entertaining read I think maybe it was just slightly too long, and there was what felt like a bait and switch about 50% in where the story changed to something slightly different However, th...

  8. Coral Chanel (Reading Starlight) says:

    Spoiler free reviewReally enjoyed this book, the author did really well in telling multiple layered stories which all tied together for an ultimate purpose.

  9. Hayley-Marie Haynes-Ward says:

    Outstanding Expertly crafted layers of storytelling.A psychological thriller that makes you question everything A deeply wounded family buy a seemingly bargain in a destitute house, but what of it s history What IS going bump in the night This is an excellent novel, the story layering is seamless, from past to future and in reverse, I flew through this book eager for the next page, the next revelation.I felt the utter helplessness of Benny, knowing, seeing and being unable to just say all thes Outstanding Expertly crafted layers of storytelling.A psychological thriller that makes you question everything A deeply wounded family buy a seemingly bargain in a destitute house, but what of it s history What IS going bump in the night This is an excellent novel, the story layering is seamless, from past to future and in reverse, I flew through this book eager for the next page, the next revelation.I felt the utter helplessness of Benny, knowing, seeing and being unable to just say all these things he had witnessed.I felt the paranoia and displacement of Hunter and the ...

  10. Tracey says:

    Absolutely brilliantThe Spielman s are the latest family to live in Rawlingswood But the house has a history and not everyone who lives there gets out alive.This book is absolutely brilliant and I m so pleased I picked it as my First Reads choice this month The novel gripped it as it travelled back and forward in time to tell the story of the house and it s inhabitants over the years It is well written and all the characters totally believable.I wish I could give itthan five stars as it Absolutely brilliantThe Spielman s are the latest family to live in Rawlingswood But the house has a history and not everyone who lives there gets out alive.This book is absolutely brilliant and I m so pleased I picked it as my First Reads choice this month The novel gripped it as it travelled back and forward in time...