Spring's fast-paced and often deliciously creepy novel has an orphaned hero, a spooky, isolated farmhouse and things that go bump in the night . . . highly readable
A deft, spooky psychological drama based on a true story
Surprising, serpentine and clever
Prepare to be pleasantly scared
Genuinely spine chilling . . . an excellent blending of fact and fiction
There's nothing like a good ghost story, and this supernatural mystery kept me guessing to the last page. Neil Spring is Agatha Christie meets James Herbert
A tense supernatural page-turner, loaded with atmospheric dread. Perfect for those long autumn nights
Masterfully mixing history with a damned fine ghost story, The Lost Village contains echoes of James Herbert at his spectral best. Neil Spring has produced another atmospheric read, and his Sarah Grey is a narrator who's hard to forget
With Halloween looming, there's no better time to curl up with something truly spooky - and The Lost Village is certainly that ... [a] sinister tale
Brimming with suspense and ghostly apparitions, Spring's scorching thriller moves at a cracking pace and with a stunning twist in its devil's tail, this is the perfect reading companion for the witching hours of winter.
Sinister ... A real page-turner
Prepare to be spooked
Spooky and tense with a truly horrifying denouement.
An absorbing dark mystery that peels away the layers of a Bad Place - which, to add to the chills, just happens to be real
A fantastic mix of the paranormal and psychological thriller ... I didn't want to put it down
With a stunning twist in the tail and an undercurrent of menace running right through its middle, The Burning House is gripping, all-round entertainment... butonly to be read during daylight hours!
Has plenty of chilling moments to make sure you sleep with the lights on ... up there with James Herbert and Stephen King