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Supernatural War

Hellbound – Giacometti and Ravenne

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25 June 2021

Hellbound is the final book in a superb supernatural spy thriller series called the Black Sun Trilogy. During the Nazi reign in Germany in the 1930s and 40s, this epic trilogy portrays the story of the hunt for four swastika icons that can provide such supernatural occult power that the…


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Mystery Supernatural Thriller

Hyde – Craig Russell

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5 April 2021

Duality

Trembling nerves and thoughts filled with suspicion and unease are normal reactions when reading a Craig Russell novel. Hyde unfolds as a uniquely dark supernatural thriller with a recurring theme of duality that permeates many aspects of this story. The notion of the duality of nature is tantalising and chilling in…


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Literary Fiction Supernatural

Seven Roses – L.L. Tremblay

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9 March 2021

Faithful

L.L. Tremblay writes her novel in the first person, bringing an authentic sensitivity to a haunting story of love and loss. Grappling with personal, family, friend, partner and mystical relationships, several tumultuous life-defining events unfold in this heartfelt drama. Tremblay crafts an absorbing story that reaches into our desire…


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Mystery Supernatural War

Good & Evil – Eric Giacometti

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27 January 2021

Power

Good & Evil is the much anticipated second book in the Black Sun Series. A hugely enthralling historical thriller that pitches the forces of the Allies against the Axis Powers in the Second World War, in a race to find four powerful supernatural swastika relics. The victor will achieve the…


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Mystery Supernatural Thriller

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton

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10 June 2020

Abstruse

Stuart Turton had an ambition of writing an Agatha Christie type murder mystery and his book The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle was the culmination of that objective. With echoes of Peril at End House, Agatha Christie fans will be treated to the neglected manor house, packed with dead bodies and…


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Historical Fiction Supernatural Thriller War

The Four Symbols (Sacred Grounds) – Eric Giacometti

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9 May 2020

Artifact

The Four Symbols (Sacred Grounds) is a World War II thriller set against the shrouded beginnings and growth of Nazi ideology and the pursuit of ancient relics in establishing a new order – a Third Reich. Ancient swastika relics hold importance and deep meaning that foster a new religion and…


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Crime Mystery Supernatural Thriller

The Other People – C.J. Tudor

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23 January 2020

Indebted

The Other People is an exceptional psychological thriller with a dark and menacing mood that draws on a creepy supernatural feel. The writing is crazy good in instilling a chilling atmosphere, with voices and the finger of a paranormal threat to remind us that no –one is safe.

On his way…


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Historical Fiction Supernatural

The Deep – Alma Katsu

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17 January 2020

A sense of connection drove me to this story and an intriguing twist in
terms of the supernatural sealed its fate. I would bribe the author, publisher
or NetGalley if necessary to get hold of this ASAP. For the record, I didn’t
need to, that’s how NetGalley works – the ARCs, not…


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Fantasy Genre Literary Fiction Reviews Supernatural Young Adult

Esme’s Wish by Elizabeth Foster

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2 December 2019

Today I am reviewing a book filled with magic, mystery, and charm. The name of this lovely novel is “Esme’s Wish” by Elizabeth Foster, and I found this book charming. Elizabeth kindly asked me to give this an honest review, and she sent me a copy to read.

To…


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Horror Supernatural

The Poor and the Haunted – Dustin McKissen

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20 November 2019

Liberation

The Poor and the Haunted is a psychological drama that is enthralling, full of suspense and possesses a supernatural dimension that may lead to horrors as the story unfolds.

Jimmy Lansford is the protagonist of the story which is told over two time periods; as a young boy of…

Peter Donnelly
Ireland

Founder of The Reading Desk, supporting readers, authors, publishers and book industry. Top Reviewer on Amazon, Goodreads, and NetGalley peter@thereadingdesk.com

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