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Review: Jamaica Inn by Daphne Du Maurier

After needing to recover from a disappointing read, I knew I needed to pick a book which would be an immensely enjoyable reading experience. Looking through my shelves, my eyes were drawn almost immediately to a few of the unread Daphne Du Maurier books I own. 1,445 more words

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Peeling the Orange │ Rebecca

It’s no wonder Alfred Hitchcock adapted Rebecca for the silver screen.

Daphne du Maurier’s gothic tale of horror follows the tumultuous relationship between Maxim de Winter and his second, much younger, wife, whom he meets while virtually escaping the memories he has of his home in England, Manderley. 250 more words


All Fitting into Place

They were all fitting into place, the jig-saw pieces.

From Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca (1938)


Featured Author - Alicia Dean

Today I’m featuring author Alicia Dean talking about her Gothic Mystery romance Haunting At Spook Light Inn.

Step back into the days of the classic Gothic Mystery romances like “The Shivering Sands” by Victoria Holt, “Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier and “Hunter’s Green” by Phyllis A. 948 more words


Exploring "The Proving Ground," Part 3

Note: I’m discussing the origins of my novella “The Proving Ground,” the cover story for the January/February 2017 issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact… 1,234 more words


(Book Review) Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

By Ian G. Wilson

“Last night I dreamed I went to Manderley again.” You might remember this line if you have ever read Rebecca or seen Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1939 film based on the novel. 1,071 more words

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Best reads of 2016

Slightly belatedly, we’ve capped off another year at Unsung with our best books of the year. We post monthly roundups throughout the year and this is the selected highlights. 24 more words

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