I am continuing my readings of Simone St. James backlist and I’m quite enjoying these historical ghost stories. In Silence for the Dead, it’s 1919, and Kitty Weeks has falsified her papers to get a remote nursing job at Portis House. The tale that unfolds is atmospheric and suspenseful, with a side of romance and plenty of supernatural elements.
The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James delivers a paranormal tale set in England during the 1920s. Young Sarah Piper accepts a temp job and finds herself in the countryside dealing with an angry ghost named Maddy Clare. Suspense, mystery, and a side dish of romance await you…
I have enjoyed all of Simone St. James’ creepy mystery thrillers and was excited to try her novella, Ghost 19 narrated by Brittany Pressley. This is the perfect listen at just under three hours to get your spook on.
Readers will want to turn the lights up as they enjoy this chilling cold case with ghosts and family secrets. A young crime blogger investigates a serial killer in The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James.
ve a new favorite author. ?Her first novel The Broken Girls made my top ten list and is one I continue to recommend. The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James will be as well! Addictive, atmospheric, and original, I could not set this down!
Mix a little paranormal woo-woo with a murder-mystery and you’ll hook me. The Broken Girls by Simone St. James did just that. Turn on the light and grab a cup of cocoa before settling into this story.