NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 03, 2021
Gail Poole, who at age seventy-seven, continues to express herself through her writing, has completed her new book “The Ghost of O'Reillys' Mansion": a riveting tale the details how Calie was skeptical about her Aunt Julie’s Mansion being haunted, but never ruled it out because she had always been intrigued by the unknown and especially the spiritual life after death.
According to Poole, “We all have our ghosts. Do we not all speak to our loved ones who have passed on? Do they hear us? It remains an unexplained phenomenon.”
Published by Page Publishing, Gail Poole’s gripping work delves into how Calie’s aunt had become obsessed with the mysterious secrets that surrounded the strange death of Manson and Francine O’Reilly and later their son, Jacob. The writer’s instinct in her was awakened. There was a story there that needed to be told, and she was convinced many secrets to be unraveled.
Aunt Julie had convinced Calie to give up her reporter’s job at the New-York Tribune and coauthor a book about the O’Reillys. Her aunt had always told her she was meant to be an author. “It is your forte, my dear, don’t waste it.” Being a renowned author in her own right, in addition to owning her own publishing company, she had helped launch Calie’s career.
Calie was saddened by her aunt’s sudden death and was summoned by her lawyer to come and handle Aunt Julie’s affairs. Little did she know how drastically her life was about to change.
Readers who wish to experience this thrilling book can purchase “The Ghost of O'Reillys' Mansion" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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