by Sarah Waters
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After being summoned to treat a patient at dilapidated Hundreds Hall, Dr. Faraday finds himself becoming entangled in the lives of the owners, the Ayres family, and the supernatural presences in the house.
June 9, 2009 Author Sarah Waters doesn't believe in ghosts in real life, but that didn't stop her from setting her new novel, The Little Stranger, in a crumbling Warwickshire manor house where mysterious spirits cause havoc.
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June 5, 2009 Although her past works have focused on lesbian themes, class anxiety is the animating force behind Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger, a chilling and psychologically layered haunted-house story set in the aftermath of World War II.
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