Book Review: Malbed Mews by May J. Panayi
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May J. Panayiabout this book: This is a horror story with strong adult, and violent horror content. It has been likened to Dean Koontz, Stephen King and Stieg Larsson, receiving many positive reviews. It is the story of a seemingly new block of flats in London, England; and the people that move into them. But they are not alone. Something else is already there with them, and soon weird, crazy things start to happen. Follow this gripping roller coaster ride to its conclusion. Buckle up and enjoy the ride. Start reading in the morning, as you won't want to put it down before you find out the ending. You will be thoroughly gripped from the dramatic outset through to the final conclusion. Malbed Mews is a haunting tale that will stay with you for a long time. If you like horror, you won't be sorry you bought this title.
May J. Panayi is author of ten books, but this is the first in this genre. Her previous book set in Greece is enjoying regular sales, and she also has a book about Covens, which is enjoying a revival thanks to a recent magazine article in Chat It's Fate magazine. She has been writing for forty seven years, and has been a full time professional writer for the last two years.
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Malbed Mews the Movie would beat Final Girl
a review by Sarah StuartA disused Victorian building on a prime London site has been converted into luxury flats, but what horror lurks in the cellar? Why do the occupants, a wide cross-section of ordinary people, begin to behave like lunatics? The clue is in the title, and "lunatics" is an understatement. The inmates develop into depraved monsters, and killing is the least of their corrupt wrong-doings. The plot is strong and the book well-written. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys extreme horror.
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