Sarah Greene almost lost her life. Still, she agrees to investigate a series of accidents at a women’s shelter. Some are horrifying, and Sarah realizes the explanation can only be demonic possession. Worse, a festering evil infests the entire town. Some call the malevolent presence The Darkness. It has no face. It is everywhere. It knows who she is.
What Reviewers Are Saying
“House of the Shrieking Woman is a solid psychological drama that steps away from the norm and carries a real small-town vibe. Claustrophobic and surreal, it spins from creepy to thoughtful with a stark and memorable narrative.” —IndieReader
“Ramirez is a master of building tension when the story most calls for it, making House of the Shrieking Woman a thrillingly dark slice of suspense.” —Self-Publishing Review
“This mystery strikes a great balance between quirky and thrilling and between modern and timeless, and it’s easy to read, enjoyable, and thought-provoking.” —BookLife Reviews