Metro review of The Ghost Hunters


Imogen Russell Williams,
The Metro, 31st October 2012 (p.41)

If only a brick-thick Halloween read will satisfy, Neil Spring’s debut Ghost Hunters is a substantial fictional sweetmeat with a kernel of truth. Round the real history of Borley Rectory, ‘the most haunted house in England’, and the chequered life of paranormal researcher Harry Price,

Spring weaves a dark web of romance, deceit and a lingering curse. In 1926, Sarah Grey becomes Harry Price’s secretary. She’s drawn to his mercurial, high-handed personality and his work in discrediting high-profile mediums. But when they’re invited to investigate the happenings at the Rectory, Sarah and Harry fall foul of Borley’s Dark Woman…

Close the curtains, pull up a chair, open a book – and prepare to be pleasantly scared.

 

The Ghost Hunters is published by Quercus, why not TREAT yourself this Halloween? Order your copy here.

 

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