Reality is shattered for British filmmaker, Darby McGregor, when his beautiful fiancée is tragically killed on their wedding day. After a dark time of mourning, Darby is tormented by a horrifying phantom bride in the eighteenth-century church he recently renovated. Is this the spirit of his beloved fiancée or something more sinister? Darby's sanity is in question, when fate steps in.Her name is Lily, an enchanted young woman, who vibrantly shines through the darkness like a beacon of light for lost souls. Lily has been surrounded by the dearly departed since she was born, and has the gift/curse to penetrate the shadowy veil separating the living and the dead. Feeling an immediate connection, Lily agrees to be the subject of Darby's new documentary. However, Darby and his unsuspecting crew are not prepared for this chilling journey through the "spirit world".As they spend time together, their bond grows. And when Darby learns of Lily's tragic upbringing and dealings with dangerous apparitions; he wants nothing more than to protect her. But it turns out he is the one in need of protection, when Lily's horrifying childhood nemesis returns from the afterworld to claim her. Ghosts, thrills, and chills drive the action in Haunted Lily, a tale sure to scare.
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Sidney Fox creates a novel that is sure to stand up proudly against any of the
classic ghost stories that reside on your bookshelf. This story is visually
stunning...which in my opinion, is a huge compliment for any story to be called!
Haunted Lily is, quite simply, the best debut horror novel in a very long time.
Its the kind of book that gets into your sub-conscious and you can’t let it go.
It is relentless, gripping, powerful, a genuine page-turner — its all of those
things, and enormously smart besides. A genuinely scary novel… filled with
people you care about. Its the kind of book that still stays in your mind after
youve turned over the final page. I really loved it!