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    carriage house
  • A building for housing a horse-drawn carriage, typically such a building that has been converted into a dwelling
  • coach house: a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles
  • is located in the center of the Square. It was built as a mule barn for the Teeter House in 1899.
  • means a secondary residential unit located over a detached garage.
    provincetown
  • A port town in southeastern Massachusetts, a noted resort and artists' community at the northern tip of Cape Cod; pop. 3,561
  • Provincetown is a town located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 3,431 at the 2000 census, with an estimated 2007 population of 3,174.
    inn
  • A restaurant or bar, typically one in the country, in some cases providing accommodations
  • Inns are generally establishments or buildings where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. They are typically located in the country or along a highway.
  • An establishment providing accommodations, food, and drink, esp. for travelers
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  • hostel: a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
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American Country Building Design: Rediscovered Plans for 19th-Century Farmhouses, Cottages, Landscapes, Barns, Carriage Houses & Outbuildings
American Country Building Design: Rediscovered Plans for 19th-Century Farmhouses, Cottages, Landscapes, Barns, Carriage Houses & Outbuildings
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The Carriage House
Fun and a little hard work. That's all Tess Haviland had in mind when Ike Grantham paid her for her graphic design work with the run-down, nineteenth-century carriage house on Boston's North Shore. Then Ike disappeared, and now Tess finds herself with much more than a simple weekend project to get her out of the city. It's not just the rumors that the carriage house is haunted -- it's the neighbors: six-year-old Dolly Thorne, her reclusive baby-sitter, Harley Beckett...and especially Dolly's father, Andrew Thorne, who has his own ideas about why Tess has turned up next door. But when Tess discovers a human skeleton in her dirt cellar, she begins to ask questions about the history of the carriage house, the untimely death of Andrew's wife...and Ike's disappearance. Questions a desperate killer wants to silence before the truth reveals that someone got away with murder.

Fun and a little hard work. That's all Tess Haviland had in mind when Ike Grantham paid her for her graphic design work with the run-down, nineteenth-century carriage house on Boston's North Shore. Then Ike disappeared, and now Tess finds herself with much more than a simple weekend project to get her out of the city. It's not just the rumors that the carriage house is haunted -- it's the neighbors: six-year-old Dolly Thorne, her reclusive baby-sitter, Harley Beckett...and especially Dolly's father, Andrew Thorne, who has his own ideas about why Tess has turned up next door. But when Tess discovers a human skeleton in her dirt cellar, she begins to ask questions about the history of the carriage house, the untimely death of Andrew's wife...and Ike's disappearance. Questions a desperate killer wants to silence before the truth reveals that someone got away with murder.

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