Glimmer and other Stories

Glimmer is a collection of compelling and darkly humorous stories from the author of Echoes from the Lost Ones. Nicola McDonagh’s tales of mysterious liaisons, supernatural intrigue, deathly hauntings and disturbing fixations will enthral and unnerve the reader. Hidden secrets, forbidden urges, necromancy and a rebellious housewife dwell between the pages of this fascinating anthology.

It is only £0.99p on Amazon.co.uk  http://www.amazon.co.uk/Glimmer-Nicola-McDonagh-ebook/dp/B00H89AN1M/ref=pd_rhf_se_p_img_2_AC5G

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Love these short stories 13 Feb 2014

By R T Worth

Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase

I’m a big fan of short stories; but writing them successfully is a unique skill, and Nicola McDonagh definitely has it. The stories here are well-crafted and told with verve. In particular ‘On the Eighth Day’ really gripped me with its dark occult-themed undertones, but there’s something here for everyone. Thoroughly enjoyed.

5.0 out of 5 stars

A fascinating read… 26 Jan 2014

By michael

Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified Purchase

After reading just a few of the stories in this collection I was really impressed by their eclectic nature and the quality of the writing. The author certainly has a vivid imagination and a distinctive narrative voice. The subjects range from humour to horror and supernatural romance to repressed creativity – they all have an underlying oddness about them which is quite refreshing. Recommended for those who enjoy something a bit out of the ordinary.

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