A DARK AND GRIPPING NOVEL ABOUT LOST LOVE AND THE OCCULT
Sally Emerson’s compelling sophomore novel takes the reader into a dark labyrinth of physical danger and spiritual terror. Newly re-issued.
Jennifer Hamilton is alone again – alone in the big house she and her husband bought together, alone after six years of marriage. Overwhelmed and appalled by her reaction to her husband’s desertion she turns to a spiritualist who seems ready to listen. But as she is drawn out of her painful reality into the disturbing fringes of the occult, Jennifer starts to wonder if she has made a big mistake…
This is the last of six titles re-issued by Quartet in 2017 to bring Sally Emerson’s gripping novels to a new generation.
Praise for Listeners…
‘Sally Emerson is one of the brighter luminaries on the literary scene…’
Mail on Sunday
‘Crisp and entertaining… Read on’
‘Sally Emerson is a novelist of unusual penetration and sureness of touch’
Sally Emerson has been a novelist and journalist for more than thirty years. Her previous books – published by Abacus, Little, Brown and Michael Joseph – include Heat, Fire Child and Second Sight and she has written for the Guardian, the Sunday Times and the Washington Post. She lives in Belsize Park, north London.