The Ghouls of Calle Goya

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When Frank, a staid, middle-aged, confirmed bachelor takes his diplomat Thai wife to a friend’s apartment on the Costa del Sol for their dream honeymoon, they are in Nirvana… until the ghouls of a secret Scandinavian society torment the superstitious young woman to the point of seeking death to end her suffering.

The Ghouls of Calle Goya is the perplexing story of how Evil can result from the happiest of circumstances and good intentions, and how madness can be the result.

Based on a true story.

(Some reviewers have talked about this book referring to underage sex. This is completely untrue in reference to the countries where the story takes place).

1 review for The Ghouls of Calle Goya

  1. Nicollette Blackeagle

    I liked this book even with its twist and turns some pleasant and some not so pleasant. The book is well written and narrated. The characters are well developed as was the storyline. Fair warning there is a trigger of sex with a minor. Elizabeth Bray is a stellar narrator. I highly recommend this book if you can handle the trigger. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed. This is my honest unbiased review.

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