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April 12, 2013

GHOSTS OF MAYFLOWER by Tamera Lawrence

A Pennhurst Haunting
by Tamera Lawrence

A nurse who gives invisible shots, a girl who likes to dart into corners and a man who still sits in the common room are just three of the spirits haunting the Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, Pennsylvania. The author knows this since she took a job as an orderly working in the Mayflower Building. The Hospital had been closed down due to resident abuse.  Today Pennhurst has been turned into a Halloween attraction..  The author took the job in the Mayflower building since it was one of the most spiritually active of all the buildings.  People are fascinated with Pennhurst and want to know more about its past and its present.  The author being intrigued decided to do her own research.  She has written a book bringing the past and present together to entertain, but also enlighten.

I think we all love good ole ghost stories I couldn't wait to start reading this book.  The author, Tamera Lawrence did a marvelous job of documenting the people who work at the Hospital, their work schedules, their personal experiences This old hospital is the Pennhurst Halloween attraction with tons of guests and ,  of course ghosts along with a some things that go bump and bang in the night. in the night. This book is a wonderful short read.  If you have the time you can read the entire book in one sitting. You won't be able to stop turning the pages.  You just have to know what is going to happen next.

I received a complimentary copy of GHOSTS OF MAYFLOWER, A Pennhurst Haunting, from the author, Tamera Lawrence for this unbiased review.

I would give this book a 5 STARS.

A definite HIGH FIVE.

About Tamera Lawrence (from OutSkirtsPress) With a passion for writing, Award winning author Tamera Lawrence likes to entertain readers with edgy thrillers and mysteries. As a mother of six, Tamera draws on personal experiences to bring to life interesting characters set in today’s complex world. She loves meeting fans and writes book reviews upon request.Contact me at Good Reads, Google or Twitter

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