A Gift for Dying by MJ Arlidge..

Posted March 15, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
A Gift for Dying by MJ Arlidge @mjarlidge @Tr4cyF3nt0N @MichaelJBooks

Synopsis: The gripping new thriller from M. J. Arlidge, Sunday Times bestselling author of the Helen Grace series. She heard their screams. She felt their fear. Now she’s their only hope… Adam Brandt is a forensic psychologist, well used to dealing with the most damaged members of society. But he’s never met anyone like Kassie. […]

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The Outcast Hours @RebelliomPu..

Posted March 4, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Outcast Hours @RebelliomPub @Tr4cyF3nt0n

Synopsis: A bold new anthology from the acclaimed editors of The Djinn Falls in Love and Other Stories We live our lives in the daylight. Our stories take place under the sun: bright, clear, unafraid.This is not a book of those stories.These are the stories of people who live at night; under neon and starlight, […]

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The Sleeping Dragon by Jonny N..

Posted February 28, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Sleeping Dragon by Jonny Nexus @jonnynexus @WildJesterPress

Synopsis: On a fantasy world Tolkienesque to the point of cliché, the five greatest adventurers of the age discover that in five hundred years, the Sleeping Dragon will awake and destroy civilisation. But prologue aside, this is not their story. This is a story from a half millennium later, in a world now so utterly […]

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The Nightmare Girl by Jonathan..

Posted February 26, 2019 by midnightreview in Book Talk / 1 Comment
The Nightmare Girl by Jonathan Janz @JonathanJanz @flametreepress @annecater

  Blurb When family man Joe Crawford confronts a young mother abusing her toddler, he has no idea of the chain reaction he’s setting in motion. How could he suspect the young mother is part of an ancient fire cult, a sinister group of killers that will destroy anyone who threatens one of its members? […]

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The Ghostly Father by Sue Barn..

Posted February 14, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Ghostly Father by Sue Barnard @AuthorSusanB @rararesources

Synopsis: Was this what really happened to Romeo & Juliet? Think you know the world’s most famous love story?  Think again.  What if the story of Romeo & Juliet really happened – but not quite in the way we’ve all been told? This part-prequel, part-sequel to the original tale, told from the point of view […]

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Street Cat Blues by Alison O&#..

Posted February 8, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
Street Cat Blues by Alison O’Leary @alisonoleary81 @rararesources

Synopsis: After spending several months banged up in Sunny Banks rescue centre, Aubrey, a large tabby cat, has finally found his forever home with Molly and Jeremy Goodman and life is looking good. However, all that changes when a serial killer begins to target elderly victims in the neighbourhood. Aubrey wasn’t particularly upset by the […]

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The City of the Shrieking Tomb..

Posted January 29, 2019 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The City of the Shrieking Tomb by Patrick A Rogers @anselmrogers4

Synopsis: The city of Humayunpur, long ago the capital of a powerful dynasty of Central Asian conquerors, lies all but forgotten in a dusty, overlooked, corner of South Central India. Within its crumbling medieval walls, vast tombs and ruined palaces tower above a dense warren of small houses and narrow streets. Once a city of […]

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