The fact is that few authors really master the art of suspense and those who do are the ones who come to understand its underpinning psychology.
They have unfinished business. But with death and sabotage dogging their every step, who’s innocent and who’s getting revenge?
A small-town sheriff will catch a predator, come hell or high water… And there’ll be no escape from the world of pain he’ll leave in his wake…
Can folklore be reality?
Part instruction manual, part ghost story collection, and part history lesson, this volume in thirteen chapters is a how-to guide for trapping an evil entity, known as a dybbuk, in a box.
A pacey and spine-tingling supernatural thriller filled with suspense and tension throughout, Ungodly is the debut novel from author Braedon Riddick and it’s one you’re sure to remember!
A seventeenth-century romance mixed with the mystery of murder is the canvas upon which Russell spins her tale and a heady mix it proves to be!
Highly enjoyable, clever and wholly original, A Robert Levin Reader proves a fine read with its eclectic combination of short stories, cutting commentary and dialogues on Jazz.
A superb read that fully immerses the reader in the world of the Deluge, The Young is the debut release from Powter and it’s clear from the start he intends to be taken seriously as a Fantasy author of some note.
It appears that there is a conceptual link absent from the addiction-recovery and relapse prevention processes: the ability to harness the power of one’s individuality in a productive and beneficial way.
Are we desensitising our young people with the graphic offerings of modern media? And going even further, do the conclusions of ‘Bandura and the Bobo doll’ still hold true in the modern era?