Tag Archives: ghosts

#BookReview EVENTIDE by @MaeClair1 #supernatural #ghosts

As promised, my review of Hode’s Hill #3, EVENTIDE. The speed with which I devoured this series says it all. Blurb The darkness is coming . . . The old house near Hode’s Hill, Pennsylvania is a place for Madison Hewitt to start over—to put the trauma of her husband’s murder, and her subsequent breakdown, […]

#BookReview END OF DAY by @MaeClair1 #Supernatural #Ghosts

I really know when I’ve hit a series I love – it’s the only time I read as fast as I did, speeding through the Hode’s Hill books without pause. Here is my review of book #2, END OF DAY, and if you missed my review of book #1, CUSP OF NIGHT, you can catch […]

#BookReview CUSP OF NIGHT by @MaeClair1 #paranormal #ghosts

I thought the Hode’s Hill series would be a little out of my usual reading pattern, but with its mix of mystery and suspense, plus a goodly dollop of the supernatural, it soon had me hooked. Here is my review of the first instalment, CUSP OF NIGHT. I’ve just finished the second, and started the […]

New release & #giveaway – DESCENDANTS OF THE ROSE by Juliette Harper #paranormal #mystery

Welcome to the release celebration of Descendants of the Rose by Juliette Harper! This is the first book in the Selby Jensen Paranormal Mysteries series and it’s now available for sale for only .99 cents on Amazon! The author wrote a letter to her readers to explain why she decided to “genre hop”. To My […]

#NewRelease & #Giveaway – THE DEVIL’S TOMBSTONE by Carolyn J. Rose #mystery #suspense #ghosts

Today we are celebrating the release of The Devil’s Tombstone by Carolyn J. Rose, A Catskills Mountains Mystery. This is the third book in this mystery series and just released December 21st. About the Book: The Catskill Mountains are rich in folklore, legends, and tales of the supernatural. Once guided by ghosts, Dan Stone doesn’t […]

Book Review – Inn Keeping With Murder by Lynn Bohart – #CosyMystery

Inn Keeping with Murder by Lynn Bohart My rating: 4 of 5 stars I picked this up as I like the occasional cosy murder mystery, and I wasn’t disappointed. The book begins with an apparent suicide and continues for quite a while without any obvious murder, and although the reader realises there is something fishy going […]