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Book Review: Famine

Author: Graham Masterton
Genre: Action / Science Fiction
Published: 1981

Famine is a book I read years ago when I picked it up from a bargain bin at my local book store after it seemed to have enjoyed a mass-market paperback run. 907 more words


The start of the story

Given my current struggle to write anything (not helped by too much pain medication, although the anti-emetic is working at least) I’ve been looking over various Works In Progress hoping for inspiration, or at least that urge to write which is sadly missing at the moment. 5,323 more words


The Doorkeepers - Graham Masterton

Josh’s sister, Julia, moves to London and isn’t heard from for 8 months. One morning, her body is found cut to pieces and dumped into the Thames River. 439 more words

Horror Review

White Bones by Graham Masterton

From the first page to the last the reader is captivated.  Super story telling.  Makes you question the un-real.  I give it 8 out of 10. 54 more words

Norfolks Great Big Read

St William's Way Library's Community Read

St Williams Way Library are reading a variety of books called ‘Who Dunnit Better’, a collection of crime novels from different countries.  The books are available at the library and can be reserved.   574 more words

Norfolks Great Big Read

Reepham's Community Read

Reepham Library is reading White Bones by Graham Masterton for their Community Read.  The book will be available at the library or can be reserved. 125 more words

Norfolks Great Big Read