White Is for WitchingBook - 2009
"As a child, Miranda Silver developed pica, a rare eating disorder that causes its victims to consume nonedible substances. The death of her mother when Miranda is sixteen exacerbates her condition; nothing, however, satisfies a strange hunger passed down through the women in her family. And then there's the family house in Dover, England, converted to a bed-and-breakfast by Miranda's father. Dover has long been known for its hostility toward outsiders. But The Silver House manifests a more conscious malice toward strangers, dispatching those visitors it despises. Enraged by the constant stream of foreign staff and guests, the house finally unleashes its most destructive power"--Jacket.
Publisher: New York : Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 
Edition: 1st ed. in the U.S
Branch Call Number: FICTION OYEYEMI 2009
Characteristics: 227 pages ; 22 cm
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