Peter and Sarah's marriage has reached an impasse; their holiday in beautiful Cornwall is chosen to mend old wounds and bandage past pain. The house they go to has space - space for their writing, their painting, and their reconciliation. It has space too for its own memories and its own unforgettable horrors... but they are not to know that.
When the locals are less than friendly than they might be and when the house sighs with its secrets, the sands of their marriage shift... and then Sarah vanishes and Peter is left alone. Or is he?
Praise for Jonathan Aycliffe:
`Aycliffe has a fine touch' Independent
`Aycliffe conjures up a feeling of dread that deepens with each unsettling incident' Time Out
`Naomi's Room must rank among the finest of English ghost stories... They certainly don't come more dark or fearsome.' Newcastle Evening Chronicle
Jonathan Aycliffe was born in Belfast in 1949. He studied English, Persian, Arabic and Islamic studies at the universities of Dublin, Edinburgh and Cambridge, and lectured at the universities of Fez in Morocco and Newcastle upon Tyne. The author of several ghost stories, he lives in the north of England with his wife. He also writes as Daniel Easterman, under which name he has penned several bestselling thrillers.