By email@example.com (Alexandra Sokoloff)
Happy Halloween, everyone!
One of the perks – or not – of being a spooky thriller writer is that I never have Halloween off. Today and tomorrow I’m teaching/signing at the 805 Festival in Ventura (but I expect some great costumy street action later this evening.
Hope you Nanos are taking the holiday off to celebrate – but I’ll be back tomorrow and throughout next month with prompts for your journey.
In the meantime, being that I AM a spooky thriller writer, I have Halloween sales going on.
Amazon has dropped the price of
Huntress: Amazon: $1.99 Blood Moon: Amazon: $1.99 Cold Moon: Amazon: $1.99
Special Agent Matthew Roarke thought he knew what evil was. He was wrong.
Before I turned to crime, I wrote novels that my publisher called supernatural thrillers and other people called horror. So if you’re REALLY in the mood for something spooky:
An ambitious Boston homicide detective must join forces with a beautiful, mysterious witch from Salem to solve a series of Satanic killings.
“A wonderfully dark thriller with amazing “Is-it-isn’t-it?”suspense all the way to the end. Highly recommended.” – Lee Child
The Unseen is a haunted house story – two psychology professors take a group of psychically gifted students into a house with a history of poltergeist manifestations, to replicate a controversial experiment from the 1960’s.
I was inspired by the real-life, world famous ESP testing and poltergeist investigations that took place at the Duke University parapsychology lab, headed by Dr. J.B. Rhine.
The Unseen 3.99
Five troubled students left alone on their isolated college campus over the long Thanksgiving break confront their own demons and a malevolent presence – that may or may not be real.
Nominated for the Bram Stoker Award (horror) and Anthony Award (mystery) for Best First Novel.
“Absolutely gripping…It is easy to imagine this as a film…Once started, you won’t want to stop reading.”
A Boston District Attorney suspects his wife has made a terrible bargain with a mysterious hospital counselor to save the life of their dying child.
“Some of the most original and freshly unnerving work in the genre.”
— The New York Times Book Review
“The Price is a gripping read full of questions about good, evil and human nature… the devastating conclusion effectively leaves the reader with an uncomfortable question to consider: ‘If everyone has a price, what’s yours?’ “
Via: Alexandra Sokoloff