Day 7 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – David McMullen-Sullivan

About David McMullen-Sullivan

“I grew up on the outskirts of Orlando, FL (“Mickey adjacent”). Although my background is in medicine and computer science, writing has always been my first love. That being said, I feel like a “late bloomer” as far as writing goes since it has only been in the last five years that I have produced anything. I have finally finished my “Moorehead Manor” series. The last book, “To the Dark Room of Souls”, was published just recently. Now – hoping to clear my palette of the horror genre – I’m planning to venture out into sci-fi or fantasy. There are a few stories fighting it out in my head. We’ll see which one wins!”

Synopsis for Moorhead Manor

Three teenagers stumble into a haunted mansion that traps them in a deadly nightmare. In order to escape alive, they must uncover the house’s dark secrets of murder and prejudice.

My Review for Moorhead Manor

I have always loved anything haunted. And, of course, when I saw the cover, I immediately got it just because of the cover. I did not even read the synopsis, I just dove into the story. I went in blind. I loved the tragic story behind the house. As a mom, a mom of teenager, it hit me hard. I do not want to give away too much. But, the twists and turns, the emotions, everything in this story will hit you right in the gut. If you are into these types of stories, it will not let you down!

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The Lavender House Murder by Nikki Baker

Read a murder mystery that introduces you to a handful of women that stays in The Lavender House


By night – the bars, the music, the sexual energy.

By day – the beaches, the bay . . . Basking in the sun and the scent of suntan lotion.

And everywhere the women of Provincetown.

Among these women in the sun is Afro-American Virginia Kelly, on vacation apart from lover Emily.

Ginny has come to P-town with friend Naomi. They stay at Lavender House, a hotel for lesbians run by Sam, a woman with whom Naomi has had some dramatic history.

Other inhabitants include a “helper” named Anya. A writer and sometime guest named Joan. Loud Barb and her quiet partner. And in P-Town itself, a “car girl” Ginny is very much drawn to.

Then . . . Murder shatters the vacation bliss. For among the people brushing up against Ginny and Naomi for these few sensual days is a ruthless killer. And a victim whose death will change the lives of Ginny and Naomi.

Don’t miss this intriguing, sexy, highly contemporary novel. Nikki Baker, author of In the Game, is an authentic new Black voice in mystery fiction.

Now, I do not know about you, but I could not put this book down. I absolutely loved it, I stayed up all night to read this intriguing mystery, all the way up until almost midnight New Years Eve. Round of applause to Nikki. Great piece of work. Glad to know it was the last book of 2018. Great book to close a somewhat eventful year.

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