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Book Review : Unseemly by Jason Parent

28669624“Some discoveries are better left unmade.

Peter thought he was done with grave robbing, but when a former business partner lures him out to Dungarradh, a small Scottish island with a big secret, he finds himself waist deep in more than local folklore. Is the disappearance of his team-mate truly the work of the legendary fae, or is a sinister force at play?

A brand-new tale of dark fantasy and horror, from the bestselling author of WHAT HIDES WITHIN and SEEING EVIL.”



I don’t normally read horror stories, but after reading a Standalone Sunday post by Megan@bookslayereads of another book by the author, I was persuaded to give this novella a go.

This novella was a fun read with a good pace and plot that kept me wanting to find out what was going to happen. There was a bit of swearing though, so if you don’t like the use of the ‘F’ word it’s not for you.

Thanks to NetGalley and Corpus Press for my digital arc.


7 thoughts on “Book Review : Unseemly by Jason Parent”

  1. I’m glad you decided to try this one! Not as good as Seeing Evil, but still a nice, quick read. Thanks for linking to my blog, too!! 😉

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