Whether it is the resuscitated corpse that visits a hotel gust in The House of the Dead or the maleficent returning warlock cocooning a tomb robber in Mad Allen, or the taking shape of a vague apprehension in A School Story, or a human sacrifice in Blood of the Lamb, Bell knows that what we fear most is the sensation of being afraid and that it is the reader’s imagination which conjures up the true phantoms of terror.
Praise for Ten for the Devil:
“A riveting tale to have you shivering in your bones with more devastating twists than a corkscrew.” – Lady Sandra Howard, author of The Consequence of Love and Tell the Girl
“Chilling, thrilling and thoroughly enjoyable as it moves rapidly towards an unexpected and delicious ending.” – Promoting Crime Fiction
Trevor K Bell is a consulting psychologist with an interest in psychopathy and serial killers. He writes Gothic ghost and horror stories and enjoys reading whodunnits and thrillers. He lives in Cheshire with his wife.