The Unquiet Grave
by Sharyn McCrumb
Praise For This Book:
"Unquiet indeed." – Kirkus

"In this compelling story, McCrumb continues to relate the dynamic tales of Appalachia and its people." – Library Journal

“McCrumb has a real knack for crafting full-bodied characters and using folklore to construct compelling plots.” – Booklist

"Appalachia is an area steeped in dark history, mystery, and ghost stories as old as the hills. Sharyn McCrumb weaves her literary magic once more with the 1897 haunting tale of a young girl named Zona and the people who fought for her spirit’s justice. The Unquiet Grave, while based on historical fact and record, is woven with legend and carefully handcrafted as only McCrumb can accomplish. The Greenbrier Ghost has once again risen to claim its rightful place among America’s best ghost stories and the most rare—the ones that are actually true." – Sherri Brake, author of The Haunted History of the West Virginia Penitentiary

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