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Review of The Haunting of Sam Cabot by Dark Discoveries Magazine

The Haunting of Sam Cabot by Mark Edward Hall.

Set in Davenport, Maine, Sam Cabot and his wife and son get a great deal on a house in what of course seems like a “too good to be true” situation. And of course they soon find out that it is. Hall does a good job of taking a fairly typical plot and giving it a good twist. He builds it up nicely and then pulls the rug out from under you. Reminded me a bit of some of the novels of T.M. Wright.


- Reviewed by James R. Beach, Dark Discoveries Magazine

2 Comments to “Review of The Haunting of Sam Cabot by Dark Discoveries Magazine”

  1. Jessie Kozub Says:

    I am just endeavouring to produce a book still , completely nothing is coming to me. I often come up empty, will you get over writers block?

  2. Mark Says:

    I don’t believe in writers block, Jessie. I write even when I don’t feel inspired. I can’t speak for everyone but writing is a craft, a business and you must press on even if you feel blocked.

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