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Cover reveal: The Spirit Girls

I’ve another cover reveal for you! The Spirit Girls is forthcoming from Second Sky, Bookouture’s new science fiction and fantasy imprint, and will be published on 9th May (click here to preorder your copy on Amazon). I’m fond of thrillers involving people who see ghosts, so I managed to grab an ARC of this book.… Continue reading Cover reveal: The Spirit Girls

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Book Tour Dead Winner by Kevin G Chapman

About the book Dead Winner is a treasure-hunt mystery/thriller with a love story. Or is it? It’s the story of a lonely, cautious lawyer, Rory, who has the chance to step out of his riskless life, become the hero he pretends to be in video adventure games, and win the heart of Monica, the only… Continue reading Book Tour Dead Winner by Kevin G Chapman

book review, horror, romance, science fiction, thriller

A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

Recently widowed, Drea has the added suffering of losing her animal companions, leaving her alone and depressed. Her adult son is distanced from her due to a toxic marriage, adding more pain to Drea. At the start of the book, she’s in a dark place and contemplating ending her life. However, the arrival of a… Continue reading A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

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Mountain of the Dead by Jeremy Bates

In 1959, ten friends set out on an ill fated trip into the Ural mountains. Bates provides a fictionalized account of a real life tragic mystery. Almost 60 years later, an American true crime writer and his movie star best friend attempt to retrace the fateful Dyatlov excursion and perhaps find out what happened to… Continue reading Mountain of the Dead by Jeremy Bates

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Snake by Rami Ungar

After his girlfriend is kidnapped, a disturbed teenager goes on a brutal killing spree in order to get her back. This is a monster of a book, which is perhaps appropriate given it’s subject matter. At 577 pages, it’s a considerable time commitment to read about unlikable characters doing despicable things. Thankfully, for most of… Continue reading Snake by Rami Ungar