I like a good horror story, not the type that are full of blood and gore but the ones that play with your mind. The ones that have you wary of being in the house on your own and makes you want to put every light on. The House on Cold Hill does all of this and more.
The ‘scares’ started immediately and stayed pretty intense all the way through. A few of them weren’t convincing but the majority had me biting my nails. I don’t want to go into much detail about any of the events, everybody will find different things that bother them more. But for me it was the windows.
I found Ollie and his family to be the most unbelievable part of the novel. How a couple who were very successful in their careers could overlook all of the work that needed doing on the house.
A very good fairly quick ghostly read for anybody who enjoys to be scared.
Thanks to the publisher and the author for the copy via netgalley