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The House from Nowhere   By: (1908-1990)

The House from Nowhere by Arthur G. Stangland

The House from Nowhere by Arthur G. Stangland is a captivating mystery novel that will leave readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page. The narrative revolves around protagonist Sarah Anderson, a young woman who stumbles upon an abandoned house in the middle of nowhere.

From the moment Sarah steps foot inside the enigmatic house, the author expertly builds an atmosphere of tension and intrigue. The descriptions are vivid, painting a picture of a dilapidated building that has seemingly stood the test of time. As Sarah delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding the house, she uncovers layers of dark secrets and hidden truths.

Stangland's writing style is exemplary, with every word chosen carefully to keep readers engaged. The pacing is spot-on, ensuring a steady and seamless progression of events. The author masterfully weaves together elements of mystery, suspense, and the supernatural, creating an enthralling narrative that constantly keeps the reader guessing.

What sets The House from Nowhere apart from other mystery novels is its well-developed and relatable characters. Sarah, in particular, is a heroine that readers will root for. Her determination and bravery in the face of danger make her a compelling protagonist. Additionally, the supporting characters are equally well-crafted, each with their own distinct personality and contribution to the overall plot.

Throughout the story, Stangland skillfully introduces various plot twists and turns that keep readers guessing until the final reveal. Just when one thinks they have unraveled the mystery, the author throws another curveball, keeping the suspense alive until the very end. The House from Nowhere is a testament to Stangland's ability to craft a captivating and unpredictable narrative.

While the supernatural elements may not appeal to all readers, they are an integral part of the story and add an extra layer of intrigue. Stangland seamlessly blends these elements with the more realistic aspects of the mystery, creating a compelling and well-rounded storyline. The author's attention to detail is commendable, ensuring that every loose end is tied up and leaving no room for unanswered questions.

Overall, The House from Nowhere is an engrossing mystery novel that will satisfy fans of the genre. Arthur G. Stangland's storytelling skills shine through in this compelling narrative, with a well-crafted plot, relatable characters, and an ending that will leave readers satisfied. Whether one is a fan of mysteries or simply enjoys a well-written novel, this book is an excellent choice.

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Transcriber's Note:

This etext was produced from Fantastic Universe Aug Sept 1953. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.

[ Time travel continues to exercise its mesmeric fascination upon writers, readers and editors of science fiction alike. Probably because almost all of us, at one time or another, have longed greatly to visit either the future or the past. Perhaps, in view of the dangerous paradoxes such travel must involve, it is a good thing that such horological journeys have to date been confined to the printed page. ]

the house from nowhere

by ... Arthur G. Stangland

New neighbors are always exciting. But the anachronistic MacDonalds offered a bit too much.

The morning paper lay unread before Philon Miller on the breakfast table and even the prospects of steaming coffee, ham, eggs and orange juice could not make him forget his last night's visitors.

On the closed circuit Industrial TV screen glowed the words, Food Preparation Center breakfast menu for July 24, 2052. No. 1, orange juice, coffee, ham and eggs. No. 2, waffle, coffee....

Automatically he punched the button for No... Continue reading book >>




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