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“The Burning Girls” by C.J. Tudor – Book Review

The widowed Reverend Jack (Jacqueline) Brooks and her fifteen year old daughter have recently been transferred to the small rural parish of Chapel Croft in Sussex. After a scandal put her in the newspapers in Nottingham, Jack’s superior deemed it … Continue reading

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“Betwixt” by Evie Gaughan – Book Review

Catherine Ryan, a solicitor working in Galway, has recently lost her husband. Still grieving, she decides to revisit ‘Hollowbrook’ a cottage that they went to together to rekindle fond memories. The night she chooses to visit Hollowbrook is ‘All Hallow’s … Continue reading

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“The Invited” by Jennifer McMahon – Book Review

A chilling ghost story with a twist. “The Invited” takes place in rural Vermont and tells the story of a husband and wife who don’t simply move into a haunted house, they start building one from scratch, without knowing it, … Continue reading

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“The suicide plan” by Emma Clapperton – Book Review

Do you believe in being able to contact the dead? If so, this short novel might just be for you.  I’ll admit, I’m one of those skeptics that believe the work of mediums and spiritualists is just hogwash. But hey! … Continue reading

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“The Stopped Heart” by Julie Myerson – Book Review

Time has long been a concept that has proven mysterious to many – myself included.   The way it seems to ‘go fast’ or ‘slow down’ when in fact the minutes and seconds remain the same…   Einstein concluded in his … Continue reading

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“The Ice Twins” by S.K. Tremayne – Book Review

“When you love someone and they die, it is as if part of you dies with them. Therefore all love, if you like, is a form of suicide”. S.K.Tremayne’s novel “The Ice Twins” exhibits a pervading sense of menace. Not … Continue reading

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