Join me for 30 Days of Horror in which we spotlight one horror book every day until we reach Halloween!
I’m still catching up from going AWOL at the weekend so today you get two picks for the price of one again.
My choice for day 22 is by an author that I’ve been meaning to try for so long.
Available in paperback and ebook, 384 pages
Published March 21st 2017 by Titan Books
There’s an underground black market for arcane things. Akin to the trade in rhino horns or tigers’ bones, this group trafficks in mummified satyrs, gryphons’ claws, and more.
When Angela Gough’s lover Vince goes missing, she sets out to find him whatever the risk. She learns that he was employed by the infamous London crime lord Frederick Meloy, providing bizarre objects beyond imagining. Descending into the city’s underbelly, she uncovers a deadly side to the black market. It might have claimed Vince, and Angela may be next.
Gripping supernatural terror launching a new trilogy by the acclaimed author of Coldbrook (distinct, unique, and absorbing), The Silence (truly addictive), and the Alien-Predator Rage War.
My second choice (day 23- today!)) is a book that I’ve wanted to reread for a while now. It is the book that TV show Moonlight was based upon, a vampire show that was ahead of its time in my opinion!
Available in paperback and ebook, 269 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Titan Books
“NO WOMEN. NO CHILDREN. NO INNOCENTS. THOSE ARE THE RULES…IT’S HOW I LIVE WITH MYSELF, SO TO SPEAK”
L.A.-based Private Eye and vampire Mick Angel has been hired by a beautiful red-headed burlesque dancer to find her missing sister. But the apparently simple case of a teenage runaway is soon complicated by drug dealers, persistent cops, murder, and Mick’s own past.
Mick must learn the hard way what every vampire should know – nothing stays buried forever. Especially not the past.
Have you read either of these? What did you think?
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