Darcy Coates is never short of exceptional, when it comes to writing the most involving horror fiction novels. The Carrow Haunt is one such example of the brilliance of the writer and how versatile she actually is with the storyline and characters. Amanda Leigh Cobb has taken the responsibility for the narration of this novel and she has been phenomenal with her approach with excellent tonal quality and expression.
The story starts with the introduction of Remy, who is a recreational tour guide for the Carrow House. Carrow House has the reputation of being a haunted building. When Rem is asked to host as many as 7 guests at a time for 1 week stay at the place to research the haunting phenomenon of the building, then she hopes to experience the mysterious things about the house for which it is famous for.
In the first place, it is absolutely everything that they ever hoped for. All of a sudden, a quick storm moves in, which eventually cut them from communicating with the outside world. And., all of a sudden, things changed completely. Doors of the house started to open all on their own. Red fluid started to flow from behind the wallpaper. Everything seemed haunted and the house totally looked possessed by spirits.
Then one out of the seven guests died under some really weird circumstances. Remy soon started to believe that the original owner of the house is a ghost, who also seems to be the twisted serial killer.
The Haunting of Blackwood House and The Haunting of Ashburn House are other novels written by Darcy Coates. As apparent from their title, they are horror fiction and have received good positive reviews and feedbacks both from the general audience and literary critics.