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The Haunted Shore: a gripping supernatural thriller from the author of The Ghost Hunters

Neil Spring

13 Reviews

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Horror & ghost stories

A CHILLING GHOST STORY SET IN THE HAUNTING WILDERNESS OF SUFFOLK FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE GHOST HUNTERS

'A spooky and unsettling tale about strangers, love and deceit' Sunday Express

When Lizzy moves to a desolate shore to escape her past, she hopes to find sanctuary. But a mysterious stranger is waiting for her, her father's carer, and when darkness falls, something roams this wild stretch of beach, urging Lizzy to investigate its past. The longer she stays, the more the shore's secrets begin to stir. Secrets of a sea that burned, of bodies washed ashore -- and a family's buried past reaching into the present.

And when Lizzy begins to suspect that her father's carer is a dangerous imposter with sinister motives, a new darkness rises. What happens next is everyone's living nightmare . . .

From the bestselling author of The Ghost Hunters and The Lost Village, The Haunted Shore is a terrifying tale of suspense that does not let up until the last page is turned.

Praise for Neil Spring:


'Neil Spring is a Agatha Christie meets James Herbert
' Stephen Volk

'A deft, spooky, psychological drama based on a true story
' Daily Mail

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Praise for The Haunted Shore: a gripping supernatural thriller from the author of The Ghost Hunters

  • A spooky and unsettling tale about strangers, love and deceit - Sunday Express

  • A deft, spooky psychological drama based on a true story

  • - Daily Mail

  • Surprising, serpentine and clever

  • - Sunday Times

  • A gloriously spooky tale, perfect for dark Autumn nights - Netmums

  • Prepare to be pleasantly scared

  • - Metro

  • Genuinely spine chilling . . . an excellent blending of fact and fiction

  • - Light Magazine

  • I was gripped by the supernatural menace and the gradual revelation of mysteries and secrets

  • - Fortean Times

  • Perfect chiller-thriller for autumn nights . . . but be sure to leave the light on! - Lancashire Evening Post

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Neil Spring

Neil Spring was born in South Wales in 1981. He started writing at the age of twenty-eight. Between 1999 and 2002 he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Somerville College, Oxford. Neil lives in London.

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