Tag Archives: paranormal

The Shadowy Horses by Susanna Kearsley

The Shadowy Horses is a modern-day historical fiction mystery set in north-western Scotland.  It takes place mostly at an archaeological dig which, in addition to the mysterious title, was a huge draw for me.  When friend Adrian Sutton-Clarke encourages archaeologist … Continue reading

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Mystery Monday: Second Glance by Jodi Picoult

Today’s Mystery Monday feature is Second Glance by Jodi Picoult.  This is not only a really great murder mystery but it involves ghost hunting, a fight for aboriginal rights, a spunky kid with a rare disease called xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), … Continue reading

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Cozy Read Wednesday: Promised Soul by Sandra J. Jackson

This week’s Cozy Read is Promised Soul by Sandra J. Jackson.  Perhaps I should call it a Cozy Paranormal Read because in this story, the main characters have both lived and known each other in another time and life, with … Continue reading

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First Chapter, First Paragraph & Teaser Tuesday: Second Glance by Jodi Picoult

First Chapter, First Paragraph, is a meme hosted by Bibliophile by the Sea.  Anyone can play — just copy the first paragraph of the first chapter (or prologue) and include a picture of the book cover. Leave your link at … Continue reading

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Horrorstör, a review

Horrorstör, a novel by Grady Hendrix, has to be the funniest book I’ve read in a long time.  Everything you’ve read about it is probably true.  The premise is based on the Ikea store and catalogue (in this case, Orsk … Continue reading

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Shadow People Book One: The Finding by Jo Robinson

Jo Robinson is a South African writer who has recently returned home from spending 18 years in rural Zimbabwe.  She has written several short stories and a novel about human frailties in addition to this science fiction book which is … Continue reading

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