I would say that I have a eclectic taste in books; I’m certainly willing to give most genres a try. The book that I’ve read and reviewed most recently is quite a departure – I rarely read novels that fall into the horror genre. However, I was intrigued by the blurb about this book and decided to “give it a whirl”.
“Lynnwood”, a debut novel by Thomas Brown, is an absorbing, atmospheric dip into mystery, suspense and horror.
This short novel is set in and around the English village of Lynnwood, which, although only a dozen miles from Southampton, is buried deep in the New Forest. It is an ancient village and to outward appearances, is an idyllic place to live. Freya has lived there all her life, originally with her parents, then her husband, Robert and their children. When the story begins, Robert is no longer on the…
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