It’s a haunted house horror novel with Southern gothic tinges.
In 1910, the imminent appearance of Halley’s Comet set off an unusual collection of fears, theories, and superstitions.
Steve “Smithy” Smith is both Magwitch and Pip in this unusual story of wild expectations and the long-delayed solution to a mystery that has haunted him for decades.
As many theories as there are about how Poe died, there are even more reasons why he lived. This book is a wonderful read for Poe enthusiasts, but it’s also a reminder that there are dozens of ways people have come to admire Poe, and each is as beguiling as the last.
A somewhat estranged family agrees to meet up for a reunion for an odd reason — one of the Cunningham sons is being released from prison. What follows is a thriller with numerous clues, multiple suspects, and of course, a blizzard that traps everyone at the hotel. When everyone is a suspect and no one can escape, time is ticking to find out who the killer is, and what they want.