Book Review: Carrion by Betsy Reavley

Monica has been in a car crash in which she loses her husband and unborn son. Her memories leading up to the accident are buried and she fixates on a crow, who she thinks is following her. Her mother tries her very best to support Monica but the reality of her marriage is the key to her mental salvation.

A really gripping and well-written horror thriller which had me hooked. The underlying sinister element through this book made it a very worthy read indeed. I felt Monica’s devastation to lose essentially everything in a moment but the chilling truth of her life with Tom sent shivers down my back.

A definite must read for horror and psychological thriller fans.

Carrion is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links to Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Goodreads

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4 thoughts on “Book Review: Carrion by Betsy Reavley

  1. Back in the 1970s Gary Brandner (“The Howling”–remember that? but you might be too young) had a horror novel called “Carrion.” His novel was very heavily laced with humor, providing some quite unusual effects. I recommend his work to you.

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