The Third Floor
by C. Dennis Moore
It's a scary book about a man, woman, and little boy who move into a haunted house in a creepy Missouri town. (They don't know it's haunted until after they've moved in, btw. In case you were wondering. ;oP)
My second DNF in as many days! Maybe I'm too picky...
I don't want to be mean, but it's just not very well written. It has a distinctly amateurish feeling. (Even with its irritants, Cocaine Blues at least had a fairly professional, finished style.) It might have some interesting moments, later on, but the beginning didn't bode well-- and at this point, I'm done slogging through books just because I've started reading them.