In the second installment of The Southern Hauntings Saga, Crate Northgate arrives at a rural Appalachian home to help a family uncover the truth about what happened to their missing daughter and why her father is haunted by visions of her wandering their property. But the secret may be too much to bear; it's weight too much to carry.
More of Crate’s past is revealed, drawing you deeper into the mystery of his personal ghosts.
Advance Praise for The Girl:
"An intriguing character study and a fascinating journey, dripping with Southern flavor. Bryan Hall delivers the goods with THE GIRL and tells this story like a true pro!"
— R. Thomas Riley, Author of THE MONSTER WITHIN IDEA, THE FLESH OF FALLEN ANGELS, and IF GOD DOESN'T SHOW
"Bryan Hall is a master storyteller with a true sense of the macabre."
— Eric S Brown, author of the BIGFOOT WAR series.
“Bryan hall gives his readers a welcome dose of heart-felt horror. A future best-seller without a doubt.”
— Iain Rob Wright, author of The Final Winter.
"One of those creepy stories that you can't put down and turn the light off... especially with lingering thoughts of ghosts in the night."
— Armand Rosamilia, author of the Dying Days zombie series.
"Bryan Hall is a master storyteller in the old Southern tradition of atmosphere, mood, and creeping suspense. He writes with finesse and confidence, with great skill and an innate sense of how to tell his story. I admire him greatly and can't wait to see his admirable success!"
—Billie Sue Mosiman, Author of 14 novels including the Edgar-Nominated novel, NIGHT CRUISING, and the Stoker-nominated novel, WIDOW.