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Reviewed by Demetria Head for Readers' Favorite
The House on Tyner by Matthew O'Connell is a mystery that delves deep into the life of Jackson Taylor. As Jackson narrates his backstory, we learn about his tragic past, losing his wife and two children. Determined to start anew, he embarks on a journey to open a restaurant in Incline Village, Nevada, a decision that sets the stage for a series of captivating events. Tim and Jacquie Sommers, a husband-and-wife realtor duo, introduce Jackson to a rundown property he envisions transforming into his dream restaurant. Jackson's relationship with the realtors doesn't end there. He enlists their help to find a house in the same area, and against their warnings, he becomes the owner of a stunning yet troubled home. It is within the walls of this house that the story takes an intriguing turn. Jackson encounters a ghost—a young girl who once resided in the home. This encounter sets Jackson on a path of discovery as he becomes determined to discover the girl's identity and the secrets hidden within his new residence.
Matthew O'Connell skillfully weaves a web of suspense and mystery, keeping readers engaged and eager to unravel the truth with Jackson. What sets The House on Tyner apart is its ability to seamlessly blend elements of the supernatural with the complexities of Jackson's journey. Jackson's grief and loss add depth and emotional resonance to the narrative. Matthew O'Connell's vivid descriptions and atmospheric writing style further enhance the eerie ambiance, immersing readers in Jackson's world and heightening the suspense. The House on Tyner is a must-read for mystery and ghost tale fans.