Review: A House of Ghosts by W.C. Ryan

A House of Ghosts W.C. RyanThis book makes me want to spontaneously applaud. W.C. Ryan has managed to squeeze at least four genres into a single story. Somehow, he’s combined a spine-tingling supernatural tale with war-time espionage and romance, then plopped the entire plot into a country house murder mystery. Continue reading “Review: A House of Ghosts by W.C. Ryan”

Review: Regeneration by Pat Barker

Regeneration Pat BarkerI’m glad to have read this book on Remembrance Sunday. Set in World War One, Regeneration uncovers the hidden trauma of the trenches. Author, Pat Barker, describes the work of Dr William H. R. Rivers, a real British army psychiatrist who tried to treat shell-shocked soldiers. Continue reading “Review: Regeneration by Pat Barker”