New reviews 27:01:2014

Did you know that we talk about new reviews here on Mondays more than any other day of the week? And today, being a Monday, is no exception. We have two reviews for you this morning: First, writer James Everington reviews Soul Masque by Terry Grimwood (alongside Chalk by Pat Cadigan) on his blog Scattershot Writing - the review … Continue reading

New reviews 22:01:2014

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s first review of The Christmas Ghost Stories of Lawrence Gordon Clark comes another one, this time from William Burns over at Horror News Network - you can read what he thought right HERE. If you would like to order copies, then please see below – copies of all editions are still available: … Continue reading

News and reviews 14:01:2014

It’s a beautifully sunny but frosty morning here in the grounds of Château Spectrale, and we will celebrate by telling you of some recent reviews which have come our way: First, we have a write-up of our two latest books, Tim Lebbon’s Still Life novella and Paul Kane’s Ghosts collection – this one appears on Anthony Watson’s Dark … Continue reading

News and Reviews 08:01:2014

NEWS First off, Happy New Year to everyone out there! Hope 2014 will be a great year for all of you! Secondly, Spectral moved domiciles over the last weekend – so we kindly ask you to bear with us while we get things organised at this end. We are still surrounded by stacks of boxes … Continue reading

Monday Morning Reviews

Beginning of another week, and so we bring you notice of some more reviews, three to be precise, of two favourites from the Spectral roster: First up, Whiststable by Stephen Volk - far and away our biggest selling title ever. James Everington was kind enough to make it a recommendation of his here, and following that, here’s David … Continue reading

Some new reviews

A bleary, blustery Monday, so what better way to cheer ourselves up than to read about some new reviews? The first one is for Tim Lebbon’s latest novella, Still Life, which appears at tor.com and has been written by Niall Alexander. You can find out what he says by going here. Next up is Simon Bestwick’s … Continue reading

The First Still Life reviews

Yes, they are now starting to come in – the reviews for Tim Lebbon’s  latest novella from Spectral, Still Life. So, without any further preamble, they are: Gef Fox’s write-up on his Wag the Fox review blog, which you can read here. And Adam Joffrain’s thoughts on the book (in French), which you will find on his … Continue reading

New Reviews – 13:09:2013

We haven’t uploaded any reviews for a while, so we shall rectify that by letting you know about quite a few that came our way earlier in the week: First, here’s an Italian review (in Italian) at Nero Cafe of John Llewellyn Probert’s The Nine Deaths of Dr Valentine, by Mauro Saracino – read that one … Continue reading

New reviews – 22:07:2013

Here we are on a Monday morning yet again and yes, we have more reviews to tell you about. Stephen Volk’s Whitstable is still attracting great notices, and we have two to tell you about today: The first one is from The Horror Hothouse and Simon Ball is the man responsible for the review – you can read … Continue reading

New reviews – 05:07:2013

The end of another week here at Spectral Towers and the glorious summer weather has returned just in time for the weekend. To celebrate, we have two new reviews of Whitstable to tell you about (and we also provide purchasing links to Amazon as well) – so here they are: First up is Robert Morrish’s verdict, … Continue reading

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