Ghosts and spirits are on the loose in this week’s special promo over at Crooked Cat Books! Haunt the Tower of London with Jennifer C Wilson‘s entertaining tale, Kindred Spirits: Tower of London; uncover a sinister presence in Shani Struthers‘ The Haunting of Highdown Hall; and be very afraid in Fear: An Anthology of Horror and Terror by a range of Crooked Cat authors. 😮
The spirit of a film star haunts a manor in the bestselling The Haunting of Highdown Hall by Shani Struthers. Can the team at Psychic Surveys help her find her rest? Find out!
‘Good morning, Psychic Surveys. How can I help?’
The latest in a long line of psychically-gifted females, Ruby Davis can see through the veil that separates this world and the next, helping grounded souls to move towards the light – or ‘home’ as Ruby calls it. Not just a job for Ruby, it’s a crusade and one she wants to bring to the High Street. Psychic Surveys is born.
Based in Lewes, East Sussex, Ruby and her team of freelance psychics have been kept busy of late. Specialising in domestic cases, their solid reputation is spreading – it’s not just the dead that can rest in peace but the living too. All is threatened when Ruby receives a call from the irate new owner of Highdown Hall. Film star Cynthia Hart is still in residence, despite having died in 1958. Winter deepens and so does the mystery surrounding Cynthia. She insists the devil is blocking her path to the light long after Psychic Surveys have ‘disproved’ it.
Investigating her apparently unblemished background, Ruby is pulled further and further into Cynthia’s world and the darkness that now inhabits it. For the first time in her career, Ruby’s deepest beliefs are challenged. Does evil truly exist? And if so, is it the most relentless force of all?
Fancy helping King Richard III track his nephews in Kindred Spirits: Tower of London by Jennifer C Wilson? He already has some illustrious assistants, but one more can’t do any harm, can it? Go on. He won’t bite…
In the Tower of London, the dead outnumber the living, with the likes of Tudor Queens Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard rubbing shoulders with one man who has made his way back from his place of death at Bosworth Field to discover the truth about the disappearance of his famous nephews.
Amidst the chaos of daily life, with political and personal tensions running high, Richard III takes control, as each ghostly resident looks for their own peace in the former palace – where privacy was always a limited luxury.
With so many characters haunting the Tower of London, will they all find the calm they crave? But foremost – will the young Plantagenet Princes join them?
Get immersed in Fear: A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror. Thirty authors have put together a melting pot of terrifying stories.
Discover what lurks in the water at the end of the garden, learn of the unforgiving loyalty of a loving toy and meet a writer, just itching to finish his latest horror story.
Every author in the Anthology has generously contributed their work for free. All royalties from sales will go directly to the international charities, Barnardo’s and Médecins Sans Frontières.
Fear, with forewords by international bestselling authors, Peter James and Sherri Browning Erwin, was released in two volumes in Paperback and on Kindle, on October 3rd 2012.