Robin’s Review of The Infant Spirits

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The Infant Spirits

 by Janice Tremayne

Rating: 5 out of 5.
The Infant Spirits: A Blood Curdling, Wicked Haunting and Chilling Supernatural Suspense Horror (Haunting Clarisse)
by Janice Tremayne

When a poltergeist takes root in a hospital, can a determined ghost chaser undo a devilish long-lasting curse?

Clarisse Garcia has always fought evil. A driven spirit hunter, she demolishes demonic threats before they can corrupt the innocent. But even this hardened woman is stunned when she enters an eerie Tasmanian maternity ward filled with the anguished cries of babies’ souls.

Undeterred, Clarisse dives headfirst into helping release the spirits bound to a sinister demon. But when the foul entity targets the unborn life in her womb, she faces her toughest battle yet to save her offspring’s future.

Can this spiritual warrior protect her child and free the tormented young ghosts?

The Infant Spirits is the fourth standalone book in the blood-curdling Haunting Clarisse supernatural horror series. If you like chilling apparitions, wicked demons, and a mother fighting for her child’s very existence, then you’ll love Janice Tremayne’s bedtime nightmare.

Setting: The Willow's Court Asylum for the insane at New Norfolk, Tasmania in 1878.
Robin's Review:

Wow just wow! This story was such a freakishly scary story about paranormal investigators exploring a long since abandoned mental asylum for any activity or presence of spirits.

This story was well written and thoroughly researched with descriptive storytelling and twisty turns with an “oh my” shocking ending that you might lose sleep over.

I highly recommend this author to readers that like the supernatural.

Other books in The Haunting Clarisse Series:

Book One: The Girl in the Scarlet Chair
Book Two: Haunting in Hartley
Book Three: Haunting in Old Tailem

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