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Review: The Nine: Origins

Book release date: 10 October 2022 Book blurb: The power of the one is the is power of the many. Eighteen-year-old Blake Wilder usually hides her ability to see pivotal moments in other people’s pasts and futures, but when a premonition compels her to save a classmate’s life, she’s drawn into a centuries-old paranormal societyContinue reading “Review: The Nine: Origins”

Review: Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi

Book release date: 4 October 2022 Book blurb: BOOKS CAN BE DEADLY From the bestselling author of Come with Me, four standalone horror novellas set in a shared universe! In The Skin of Her Teeth, a cursed novel drives people to their deaths. A delivery job turns deadly in The Dark Brothers’ Last Ride. InContinue reading “Review: Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi”

Review: Locke & Key: The Golden Age by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez

Book release date: 26 April 2022 Book blurb: Take a trip through the past and unlock moments from Keyhouse’s long history that expand the saga of the Locke family in this collection of stories including the crossover with Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Universe! Contains three prequel short stories, “Small World,” “Open the Moon,” and, collected forContinue reading “Review: Locke & Key: The Golden Age by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez”

Review: This Charming Man by CK McDonnell

Book release date: 17 February 2022 Book blurb: Vampires do not exist. Everyone knows this. So it’s particularly annoying when they start popping up around Manchester . . . Nobody is pleased about it. Not the Founders, the secret organisation for whom vampires were invented as an allegory, nor the Folk, the magical people hiddenContinue reading “Review: This Charming Man by CK McDonnell”

Review: Hyde by Craig Russell

Book release date: 29 April 2021 Book blurb: Edward Hyde has a strange gift – or a curse – he keeps secret from all but his physician. He experiences two realities, one real, the other a dreamworld state brought on by a neurological condition. When murders in Victorian Edinburgh echo the ancient Celtic threefold deathContinue reading “Review: Hyde by Craig Russell”

Review: The Lighthouse Witches by CJ Cooke

Book release date: 30 September 2021 Book blurb: Upon the cliffs of a remote Scottish island, Lòn Haven, stands a lighthouse. A lighthouse that has weathered more than storms. Mysterious and terrible events have happened on this island. It started with a witch hunt. Now, centuries later, islanders are vanishing without explanation. Coincidence? Or curse?Continue reading “Review: The Lighthouse Witches by CJ Cooke”

Review: Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain

Book release date: 2 September 2021 Book blurb: When seventeen-year-old Grey makes her annual visit to La Cachette, Louisiana – the tiny bayou town that proclaims to be the “Psychic Capital of the World” – she knows it will be different from past years: her childhood best friend Elora went missing several months earlier andContinue reading “Review: Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain”

Review: The Liar of Red Valley by Walter Goodwater

Book release date: 28 September 2021 (ebook); 30 September 2021 (hardback) Book blurb: Don’t trust the Liar. Don’t go in the River. Do not cross the King. In Red Valley, California, you follow the rules if you want to stay alive. But even that isn’t enough to protect Sadie now that she’s unexpectedly become theContinue reading “Review: The Liar of Red Valley by Walter Goodwater”

Review: Whisper Cottage by Anne Wyn Clark

Book release date: 2 September 2021 Book blurb: How well do you know the woman next door? When Stina and Jack move to an old rural cottage, they’re hoping for a fresh start. Their new home is run-down, but generous Mrs Barley quickly becomes a friend. Until Stina sees a mysterious figure in the widow’sContinue reading “Review: Whisper Cottage by Anne Wyn Clark”

Review: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Book release date: 3 March 2020 Book blurb: Half-Fae, half-human Bryce Quinlan loves her life. Every night is a party and Bryce is going to savour all the pleasures Lunathion – also known as Crescent City – has to offer. But then a brutal murder shakes the very foundations of the city, and brings Bryce’sContinue reading “Review: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas”