The Boylan House Trilogy

Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 101 customer ratings
(102 customer reviews)



Length: 178 pages

For nearly three and a half centuries, the Boylan House has stood at the end of Meeting House Road. And something in that house has been killing boys for centuries.

The town of Monson is a quaint and quiet New England town. Yet the house is terrifying and has been for as long as anyone can remember. Adults put the thing out of mind and ignore the fears of their children, admonishing them to stay away.

Too many boys have vanished into the swamps behind the house. Bodies never recovered. Nothing ever recovered. The families are left with their memories and the disturbing thought that the Boylan House had something to do with it.

Mason Philips knows better than that. He knows that there’s something in the house. Something evil. Something hunting children from time to time.

And Mason has decided that it’s time for the killing to stop.

The Boylan House Trilogy contains:

  1. The Boylan House
  2. Discoveries
  3. The Deadwood Throne



Length: 178 pages

For nearly three and a half centuries, the Boylan House has stood at the end of Meeting House Road. And something in that house has been killing boys for centuries.

The town of Monson is a quaint and quiet New England town. Yet the house is terrifying and has been for as long as anyone can remember. Adults put the thing out of mind and ignore the fears of their children, admonishing them to stay away.

Too many boys have vanished into the swamps behind the house. Bodies never recovered. Nothing ever recovered. The families are left with their memories and the disturbing thought that the Boylan House had something to do with it.

Mason Philips knows better than that. He knows that there’s something in the house. Something evil. Something hunting children from time to time.

And Mason has decided that it’s time for the killing to stop.

The Boylan House Trilogy contains:

  1. The Boylan House
  2. Discoveries
  3. The Deadwood Throne

102 reviews for The Boylan House Trilogy

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I absolutely loved this book. It kept me enthralled to the end. All of these trilogies are amazing. So if you need a good book to curl up with on a stormy night grab your hot chocolate and read this!

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Carrie m

    This was listed as a trilogy. However, the complete book is about 120 pages. The plot was well thought out and written well enough to keep the book flowing. The characters were good, however some of their actions and behaviors didn’t fit the situation.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Great book! Fast read! Definitely a page turned that kept you guessing!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jeannine Hardiman

    I like the way the plot of the book laid out. It wasn’t like most thrillers I read and enjoyed it quite a lot.

  5. Rated 3 out of 5


    Well done, but in many ways, kind of long and biring…

  6. Rated 4 out of 5


    Really awesome trilogy,couldn’t put it down stayed up all nite to finish it. Wasn’t disappointed by the ending either. Thanks for the great job on this Ron.😀

  7. Rated 5 out of 5


    From one second to the next I could not put this book down it was very exciting and I would recommend it highly to anyone

  8. Rated 4 out of 5


    It has a suspect ending. The ending could have been different . Harold could have talked to his son instead of just seeing him.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5


    Good books

  10. Rated 5 out of 5


    It was a good book I had a hard time putting it down.

  11. Rated 3 out of 5

    [Roxie Reviews]

    I liked the premise of this story, but there were so many errors in the manuscript that it was distracting and unfortunately that took away from what potentially could be a really engaging and fulfilling story. As an independent author myself, I know how hard it is to write and edit your work all on your own, but I also know how *important* it is to put out work that is clean and polished and professional. I think this book needs a few more run throughs a with a red pen, and then it can really shine.

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Sarah Rodgerson

    Page turner!

  13. Rated 4 out of 5



  14. Rated 5 out of 5


    Creepy, scary and just a great story line. Absolutely loved the characters. Kept me hooked till the end. WOW

  15. Rated 1 out of 5


    Skip this one. It was difficult to read and all most boring. Seems like it could be a great story with an experienced editor’s rewrite.

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Kiriakoutsos

    It was creepy..I still think Josh Lucas would make a good Mason. Is there really an adult stripper club in Bedford NH?

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stacey Schneider

    Awesome storyline and very descriptive!

  18. Rated 1 out of 5


    So, so bad. Like it was written by a child. Totally lame. Disappointing.

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anne Crumley

    I really enjoyed this trilogy!! I read the first book for free and could not stop to be left hanging so I purchased the trilogy so that I could read what happened next! I am so glad that I got the trilogy ! Can’t wait to read more of your books !

  20. Rated 5 out of 5


    I really enjoyed this trilogy. Ron Ripley is a very creative author.

  21. Rated 3 out of 5


    This was a easy read, not gorey and entertaining . I enjoyed it, having grown up in Kojado Jo Maine and spending once a month at the Monson laudermat ,I was trying to picture the house in my mind . well done and thanks for my memories being brought back of a very small but yes, a very scary place if you let it be.

  22. Rated 4 out of 5

    Paul C.

    “The Boylan House Trilogy” is a quick and creepy read. Page count is only 136. Each book as more like a chapter then an entire book. The parts flow together smoothly.The book is about The Boylan House, set in a small town in NH. It is a spooked house and boys have disappeared from there over several centuries. The main character, Mason Philips had a few bad experiences there starting when he was just 7 years old. Now at age 42, he goes back to the house to find out what really is happening at The Boylan House. The story that unfolds is very creepy and it moves quickly. You won’t be bored. It held my interest throughout and I found it hard to put down. The book has plenty of chills and twists that will keep you interested.As you can determine from this review, I am not a good writer. My grammar is not the best. But it doesn’t have to be. Writing is not my job. But this book was full of grammatical errors and typos. Punctuation marks are used incorrectly. There are also a few errors within the telling of the story. In one scene, Mason goes back to the house as an adult. He looks up at a trap door over the porch. A burlap sack drops down. In the sack is the scalp of his friend who he saw disappeared from the house when Mason was 7. This is a shocker and gave me goose bumps. But later in the story, Mason says the sack contained many scalps, some were Native American. No mention is made of the friend’s scalp. In another scene, Mason finds a letter from Sheriff Philips, another character in the book. On the envelope, the date reads January 1, 1947. In the letter he signs off with the date, January 1, 1948. In yet another scene, Confession is mentioned as a sacrament of the Catholic Church. Confession is not a sacrament in itself. It is one of three elements of the sacrament of Reconciliation: conversion, confession and celebration. I guess this book was not proof read. This is why I gave the book 4 stars, rather then 5.I will be reading more of Ron Ripley’s books though!

  23. Rated 5 out of 5


    Great story – I really enjoyed reading it. I highly recommend it.

  24. Rated 4 out of 5


    Pretty good story, face paced and kept you on the edge of your seat! Cannot wait to read more from this author.

  25. Rated 5 out of 5

    Brenda C

    The plot in this story moves along at break neck speed. I found myself drawn in from the first chapter and had to keep reading. I will certainly be reading more of this author’s work.

  26. Rated 4 out of 5

    R. Gawlitta

    I read a few of the other reviews, and I agree that the book needed some corrective editing. I think spelling errors were simply typos, and the sentence fragments were a-plenty. But this is small stuff, considering that this tired old genre has been given, somewhat, a little fresh air by Ron Ripley. It’s apparent he loves his subject, and most characters are pretty well developed. Mason, in particular, is a character I cheered for.My favorite genre is the ghost story, and this pretty much fits the bill. The book is short, to the point, though the “trilogy” designation escapes me. It was really a linear story written with one idea, and each episode really couldn’t stand on it’s own as a story. I wouldn’t have a problem if Mr Ripley wrote a book about Boylan himself, to explain how he got that way. Then followed up with a history of Boylan’s bad deeds over the years, culminating with Mason’s story. As it stands, The Boylan House Trilogy is really just a story about Mason and his drive to get answers. The other characters are really just there to support his obsession.The “trilogy” is very short (136 pages) and Ripley’s fluid writing style keeps the story interesting at all times. Chapters are short, which is a plus for sporadic readers like myself. Despite the editing errors (this appears to be a self-published book), I encourage Mr. Ripley to keep ’em coming.I will keep an eye on him as a writer of untapped potential.

  27. Rated 5 out of 5


    I didn’t review the first book because in order to read the others you have to buy the trilogy. I don’t feel I should have to review the same storu twice.The whole three books are short, sweet and to the point without getting too long or obnoxious. A great “haunting” style book, I read the enitre three books in 2 days. Worth every penny.

  28. Rated 4 out of 5


    Reminded me of reading an old Clive Barker story. I don’t read Barker ‘s books anymore. I enjoy Ripley ‘s stories enough though, I will just ensure to skip any along this line. It was a good story, just a subject I do not enjoy reading in real life, much less during my escape time.

  29. Rated 5 out of 5


    I freaking loved this book. It really kept me on my toes. Something around every corner.

  30. Rated 5 out of 5

    K. Reynolds

    This brought flashbacks to John Carpenter’s “The Fog” (1980 – not the lame remake). Ripley hooked me in from the first chapter. My only disappointment – it’s a novel rather than a trilogy. Still, it was genuinely worth the money if this is a genre you love. Children have been disappearing from the area around the old Boylan House for decades. Mason Philips watched one vanish one night when he was just 7-years-old & it has haunted him ever since. Now grown and a Marine Corps veteran, he returns to his hometown to investigate. What Mason uncovers kept me clicking those Kindle pages through the night! Characters are well drawn (liked them; wanted to spend time with them); the villains were evil, as in all-caps EVIL; the action fresh & non-stop. Had some copy-editing quibbles (“shudder” instead of “shutter,” etc.) but it didn’t detract to the point I had to stop reading. “Moving In” brought me to this book. Now, I’ll be checking out more. This is not slasher prose, not filled with gratuitous sex, gore or torture. Bad things happen, but it propels the story. It’s a gripping, scary thriller. Haven’t enjoyed a book like this in years. Thank you, Mr. Ripley.

  31. Rated 5 out of 5

    cindy quinn

    very well written, definitely creepy.

  32. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ellen Smith

    Loved it!

  33. Rated 4 out of 5

    clifton dupee

    very well done !

  34. Rated 5 out of 5


    Loved this book..not much of a scary person but this book is on the mark for interesting and keeps you on the mark all the’ll love it too..

  35. Rated 4 out of 5

    First dawn

    Good book, looking forward to more of this kind, I will be reading more of this author’s books. Well written and suspenseful .

  36. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lesa D

    I really enjoyed this trilogy. So much so that I downloaded another trilogy of his which is equally good so far! Mr. Ripley, you have a new fan!

  37. Rated 4 out of 5


    I could stop with this book and be OK with the end. It is not a perfect ending but it is adequate. I will read the next book in the series although I think this should have ended this particular story line. Curiosity’s, kills the cat as the saying goes.

  38. Rated 2 out of 5

    Debbie L

    Great story but I had to force myself to read it. Simplistic dialog and needed further character development. The foundation for a freaky awesome story is here–which is why I read through til the end wish the author would rewrite and beef it up. This could really good.

  39. Rated 3 out of 5

    Christie Squires

    Good read

  40. Rated 3 out of 5


    It was ok. Good writer but felt story was rushed in parts.

  41. Rated 5 out of 5

    candice sebastian

    These books are amazing. You are riveted by suspense and horror from the very beginning. Ron Ripley is an amazing writer and all his books are page turners. You will not be able to put them down!

  42. Rated 4 out of 5


    Enjoy reading these and look forward to more. I had a problem receiving “trilogy” however – just received 1 book.

  43. Rated 5 out of 5


    For a short book, the characters were developed, the plot was full, and the story was complete. Can’t wait to read more by Mr. Ripley!

  44. Rated 4 out of 5


    I like this story it was good to read I think that u did good I would like to see more

  45. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is a great read for all who love mystery and the super natural. It is a gripping story you can not put down until you finish it.

  46. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very interesting lots of twists and turns couldn’t wait to turn the next page to see what happens

  47. Rated 4 out of 5


    I enjoyed the story, even though I thought it could have been fleshed out a bit more. This could have benefited from some editing. All in all, decent.

  48. Rated 3 out of 5

    Joni R. Johnson

    I had thought this would have 3 books since it’s labled as a trilogy. There is only one book-very short, by the way. Kind of disappointed. The story was OK but not great.

  49. Rated 5 out of 5


    Most wonderful series!!! LOVED it!!!

  50. Rated 4 out of 5


    This trilogy was more of a novella but still a good read. I don’t normally read this type of book but the story sounded intriguing so I gave it a shot and was pleasantly surprised.The author did a great job writing about The Boylan House and the evil within. It starts out with the main character, Mason, at the age of 7 and quickly moves to present days when he is in his 40’s. Mason has come back to face whatever it was that was living in that house.I rate this book a 4.5 and would have given it a 5 except for the misuse of words and typos which were a tad distracting.

  51. Rated 5 out of 5


    A good basic read – intriguing plot – there is some specific content about violence and sexual violence against males and some historical references of war, etc. that could be found disturbing. But I liked the series breakout – easy to read and pick up and continue.

  52. Rated 1 out of 5

    Nancy Schul

    This book was very slow going for me in the early part. It just did not grab my attention, but since I had started it, I wanted to finish it. In the middle section, it wasn’t too bad. It kept me interested. But the last part was horrible. I think this book would have been much better with a less horrible and more spooky ending. It was just sick at the end. I do not wish to read any more of this author’s books. I do not need those images in my mind and neither does anyone else.

  53. Rated 5 out of 5

    chris tyree

    Loved the story! Loved the concept! I kept wanting to read more. I will read more from this author. Great!

  54. Rated 5 out of 5


    It is a very good book and very well written . it would make a great movie. Good job.

  55. Rated 5 out of 5


    I don’t want to give it away, but I love a story that ends with cosmic justice! This one kept me reading to the end!

  56. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kelly N

    This was an amazing trilogy. I loved these books from beginning to end . Great story telling. Wonderful characters Hope to read many more of Ron Ripley’s books. Keep them SPOOKIE

  57. Rated 4 out of 5

    Gregory Callahan

    Good steady pace and an interesting read.

  58. Rated 4 out of 5


    quick read……a little like Salem’s lot ….no vampires….I did enjoy the book or the series ratherhas a preview also for another set

  59. Rated 5 out of 5


    Veryou interesting and good read

  60. Rated 4 out of 5

    L. Mckay

    This trilogy should have been a single book.

  61. Rated 1 out of 5

    D. Kennemer

    Did not like the read

  62. Rated 4 out of 5


    Overall, I enjoyed this. I thought the concept was interesting and the pacing was good. However, the incorrect use of commas started driving me crazy! Also, I thought the subplot of the main character and librarian felt forced and unnecessary. I would have enjoyed part three being a bit more drawn out- it felt quite rushed- by offering up some more in depth explanations, but it matched the pacing of a quick read. With some fine tuning, this author will be a nice fresh addition to any horror fans library!

  63. Rated 5 out of 5

    Debra Frye

    Edge of your seat reading. Not a dull moment. I will read more of his books. You can’t put it down till you are done with the book.

  64. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is the best horror story I’ve read in quite a while. Loved it even though it kept me up until I finished it.

  65. Rated 5 out of 5


    Great plot, enjoyed the twists and turns. Just when you thought things were at their bleakest a interesting turn takes place. I also loved the ending.

  66. Rated 5 out of 5


    Attention grabbing action . enjoyed reading very much. Edge of your seat suspenseWould recommend good read . happy reading!

  67. Rated 1 out of 5

    Joy Steinmiller

    -The Boylan House Trilogy-Book 1: The Boylan HouseInteresting legend of a haunted house. Being told from the perspective of a man who has had interactions with the entity, once as a child.Quick read (almost rushed), obviously this is a novella, and I’m g

  68. Rated 5 out of 5


    I started reading and was unable to put it down till I reached the end. Looking forward to reading more by this author

  69. Rated 5 out of 5

    katie brown

    Wow! Not much more to say. GREAT set of books! I felt like part of the story, it felt so REAL! As unbelievable as it seems but Ron Ripley made the bump in the night seem a little closer and a little more real. Great job!

  70. Rated 4 out of 5


    Read this series during recent flights. I loved the suspense.

  71. Rated 4 out of 5


    Good book

  72. Rated 4 out of 5


    I received the Audiobook version of this book in exchange for a review, so here it is. While I am more of a “grab you by the throat and rip it open” horror lover, this book has a lot of elements that tripped my trigger. There is the supernatural, ancient legends, a thread of mystery and, of course, a right scary ghost. This particular spirit is the evil incarnation of an evil man who lived in the 17th Century in New England and feasted on boys. His ghost maintained that grisly appetite, which led to missing children over the centuries. The old Boylan House itself is evil in its own right and the two evil spirits combine to make a formidable foe for the heroes. These heroes are composed of a now adult witness to one of the abductions, the town librarian, a retired sheriff and the librarian’s brother (a current police officer). I won’t spoil it for anyone by saying more.The narrator of the audible book did an excellent job, especially with the New England accents and the haunted voice of the ghost. This added to my enjoyment of the book. I would recommend this book, especially now at Halloween.

  73. Rated 4 out of 5


    It was ok, but did enjoy the read.

  74. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michelle Kenneth

    Wow. Just wow. This book really scared me.It’s a quick read, split up into three novellas (along with a bonus read at the end). The chapters are very short.As for the story, the villain is an evil, murdering spirit that is killing teenage boys. He’s been murdering boys around Halloween since the 1600s. The story starts off with the protagonist’s own living nightmare, watching his cousin being snatched up by something in the house. He would spend the rest of his life being told that what he saw wasn’t real. His cousin must have gotten lost in the swamp. The adults refused to believe that something in the house took his cousin.As an adult, Mason hears more stories of teenage boys going missing around the Boylan property. He decides to go back to his hometown to find out what it is about that house, because he knows what he saw was not what the adults told him he saw. Something in that house took his cousin and all of these other boys. There has to be a way to stop it.Along with a local policeman, two priests, a young librarian and his estranged uncle, they look to put an end to the Boylan House and whatever is killing all of these boys. What they step into is far beyond anyone’s imagination as they enter the world of a madman who takes power from killing these boys, which allows him to exist for 5 centuries.There are images that are absolutely frightful, especially the nightmares that put Mason and the two priests into a trance.This is a great quick and scary read for the month of October. After all, October is when the Boylan House comes alive and kills.

  75. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kara Marie Miller

    Loved it. Great book, kept me entertained and kept me guessing. Great ghost story for my October reads:) Great job

  76. Rated 4 out of 5


    I enjoyed this book. Suspenseful and easy to read. It was a little shorter than I would have liked though and I thought it left you hanging?

  77. Rated 5 out of 5

    Allison D. Wenger

    Great story beginning to end.

  78. Rated 5 out of 5

    Natalie @ BookLoversLife

    There is a house in nearly every town that stands abandoned and just left there. Well, the Boylan house is one of them! It has stood for centuries on Meeting House Road, New Hampshire. It’s a house no-one dares to enter, and if they do, they usually don’t come out. Also every year, around Halloween, boys seem to go missing in or around the house, never to be seen of heard from again. Just what is going on?Well, Mason Philips is intent on finding out what is going on. When he was a boy, on Halloween, himself and his friend decide to call to the house on a dare. Mason swears that a trap door opened in the roof and something pulled his friend into the house. Nobody believes him though and he goes through life remembering the house and wanting to see if it was just a young boys imagination. He goes back to try to find the truth, and what he unravels was shocking.This was awesome!! So creepy and scary and perfect for this time of year!! This is the type of book that would work well read at a camp fire. They are perfect little bite sized bits of spooky.Character wise, I really liked Mason. He has always thought about the house from his childhood and is finally in a position to find out more about it. During his research, he meets a lovely librarian, a police officer that is willing to help, and even his estranged Uncle, who has already dabbled with the house and the evil within. This ragtag group of people may just get to the bottom of what lies within the house.Plot wise, it’s a really short read but packed with chills, thrills and enough of a spooky atmosphere that it will keep you on the edge of your seat. This author is fast becoming one of my go to ones for a short scary read! He knows how to tell a great story.Thom Bowers read the book well. He had plenty of different tones and inflections to make the story thoroughly enjoyable.I received this from the author. This in no way affected or influenced my thoughts!

  79. Rated 4 out of 5


    Its not perfect so dont expect it to be. It does pull you in from the get go and doesnt fuss around with fluff.This is lazy,comfortable and actually spooky writing.

  80. Rated 4 out of 5


    Good pace and storyline. I wish the story had been a bit longer and more in depth; but it was a good read.

  81. Rated 5 out of 5


    Not how I thought it would be but very good none the less. Would defiantly recommend to a friend. Boop

  82. Rated 5 out of 5


    Loved it!

  83. Rated 5 out of 5

    King Neptune

    An excellent story! Well-written and paced. It was a dark, atmospheric read with a palpable creepiness. I would love to read more by this author.My only complaint about Mr. Ripley’s style is his breaking a story into several “books”. I find it a little confusing and unnecessary.

  84. Rated 5 out of 5


    Loved these stories.

  85. Rated 5 out of 5


    Well written. It slowly draws the reader in and keeps you turning the pages. You have to find out how it ends.

  86. Rated 4 out of 5


    It was an interesting story.I enjoyed it very much.

  87. Rated 3 out of 5


    Great story idea, but some parts just didn’t ring true. It seemed rushed at times, and too many indulgences were taken with the storyline, sacrificing quality to keep the story moving forward at a fast pace. A cop is not going to shoot a man dead and then go have a drink instead of reporting it, regardless of whether the guy was possessed by an evil spirit or not. And a priest isn’t just going to agree to perform an exorcism on a house just because a friend asked him to. There are rules that must be followed, both religious and legal.Having to suspend reality for a good ghost story is fine with me, but I don’t enjoy doing it for lazy or sloppy writing.I’ve read Mr. Ripley’s short stories and enjoyed them. I’m hoping this book was one of his earlier efforts, and his style has since improved. 3 stars.

  88. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very good and very creepy! Kept me glued…stayed up til late hours of the night ….(I have kids…takes me a little time!)

  89. Rated 4 out of 5

    Cheryl K

    The Boylan House sits abandoned at the end of Meeting House Road. Legends and scary stories surround the house because for decades’ boys have gone missing in the area around Halloween. One boy, Mason Philips, witnessed another being taken, an event that haunted his thoughts well into his adult life. An event the house never forgot.This book is gripping and compelling. It is reminiscent of the Amityville House meets the Exorcist. The story will take you centuries past, Mason’s childhood in the 80’s to present day. It is well written and full of twists and turns. My only complaint is that I wished it would have scared me more. Great read/listen for Halloween or dark and stormy night.

  90. Rated 2 out of 5


    not my kind of reading

  91. Rated 4 out of 5


    If you liked the Moving In series you’ll enjoy this one. Nice and creepy ghost story. Exactly what Ripley is best at. He’s great at creating a fast paced suspenseful story. Really enjoyed this series.The narrator did a wonderful job. Very enjoyable.I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

  92. Rated 4 out of 5


    Verry spine tingling. I enjoyed this series just as much as his others. I live that none if the characters resemble one’s from another set. I can’t wait to get the next one. Thanks Mr Ripley. Keep them coming and if you need a test reader who will give you an honest review keep me in mind. I do have a question but afraid I’d give the ending away if I ask. Bummer cause I’d like to know

  93. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very catchy, a must turn by turn page gripping story

  94. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’m hooked on Ron Ripley! His ghost stories are imaginative and engrossing! I love the multiple perspectives and narratives because it really makes the story robust and immersive. I’ve already starting downloading his other stories!

  95. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gail Gagner

    I am usually not a fan of supernatural suspense / horror. This trilogy, however, was a great read. I purchased this book awhile back and kept glancing at it each time I looked for a new book to read on by kindle. It sounded interesting so I finally gave it a try. It was the perfect weekend read. I kept reading to find out what would happen next. I found that there were no loose ends at the end of the book. I have not read Ron Ripley before but I am certainly going to read books by him again.

  96. Rated 4 out of 5


    This will keep your attention. A must read. Once you start you can’t stop reading it. The author did an amazing job of writing this trilogy.

  97. Rated 5 out of 5


    Apart from the grammar errors, later will said something more, I’ll concentrate on the book.I love the madness in Ripley’s mind. Sometimes I feel that I analyzed the phsycology of author vs. characters. The truth I, the reader, won.Since creating the plot, the characters, the space, the scenarios all roads and signs going to the matter in the book.I don’t know if I really loved this genre so much, that I don’t feel scare, just want to know what will happen next. The anxiety of finish and don’t miss a thing is for me.The grammar errors in this book is a little more, so editor put your roller blades and work with that.I support Indie authors, they make an interesting twist on writing. The Publishers Houses had to be following more of them because they’re are writing incredible stories. Recently received a book from an African Author (a delighful piece).I’m very honest with my Reviews, not only for me, the author or other readers, how an author know when did something good or need improvement?How another reader believe in my review? If I didn’t read the book, I don’t Review. If the book is good, Review. If the book isn’t good, Review.With that we all benefit, readers, authors & readers searching for something new or special.My opinions are my own. You can find me at Amazon under: MASTERI

  98. Rated 4 out of 5


    I love a good ghost and mystery story… Creepy but just enough murderous ghost demon and mystery Hunter to make it interesting.

  99. Rated 5 out of 5

    jacky f.

    Very good story. Kept me reading. His next book looks good too

  100. Rated 4 out of 5


    While I wished the “lore” of the house had been more in depth, I did enjoy this story. A nice one sitting read for a dark and stormy night.

  101. Rated 5 out of 5


    All messed up. Too many back and forth between books.Not worth what I paid as I was only able to read to the beginning of book 2.

  102. Rated 5 out of 5


    Super, fast paced tail, that kept me guessing . Highly Recommend for all that e`joy a ride thru he’ll before bed.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…

  • The Blood Contract Trilogy

    Rated 4.41 out of 5
  • Slaughter Series Box Set

    Rated 4.38 out of 5
  • Berkley Street Series (Ghost Horror Box Set)

    Rated 4.63 out of 5