Thursday Quotables

THE GHOST OF THE RATH (Rosa Mulholland) Twelve Irish Ghost Stories - A classic gothic story with a great setting and atmosphere

Thursday Quotables – The Ghost of the Rath

After a few intolerable moments I felt better, but the heavy air pressed on me stiflingly and I rushed from the inner room into the larger and outer chamber. Here a blast of cool air…







GODS OF NEW ORLEANS (AJ Sikes) AFter feeing the terrible event occured in Chicago, Emma Farnsworth arrives with his little crew in New Orleans, where Eddie has promised her everything will be fine. Things turn out to be quite different

Thursday Quotables – Gods of New Orleans

Emma tried to radio one more time, muffling her voice in her collar like she’d done before. “Airship Vigilance requesting refuel on Farnsworth Wind and Water account.” She gave the account number and drew in…




MAISEI DOBBS (Jacqueline Winspear) - London 1929, Maisie set up her very own investigative agency and her first case will force her to face the hugly truth about WWI experience and how it changed her life

Thursday Quotable – Maisie Dobbs

Maisie, in turn, looked at the headstone she had unwittingly chosen as her cover. It bore the words: “Donald Holden. Born 1900. Died 1919. Beloved only son of Ernest and Hilda Holden. ‘Memory Is A…



THE FAMILY SPIRIT (Lillian Csernica) Bill isn't at all prepared to discover his girlfriend's family's secret (ghost story, Christmas story)

Thursday Quotables – The Family Spirit

“Easy, lad,” Cathal whispered. “The first time’s the hardest. You’ll get used to it.” Cathal’s clammy hand closed around his own and lifted it up between them. Janice did the same with this right hand….


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