The Haunting of Hill House
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The story itself is a marvel of psychological suspense, in which we doubt the perceptions of the characters while being convinced, as they are, that something is very, very wrong with Hill House. How this plays out, and its effects on the characters, form the bulk of the story; quietly chilling, and memorable.
[I also recommend Robert Wise's 1963 film version, The Haunting; it retains the psychological-horror edge, and the cast is marvelous. The newer remake goes overboard with special effects and loses the power.]
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