I’ve just received a lovely new review of Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre from the lovely people at Amy’s Bookshelf

5 Stars – Terrifying! Loved it!
From the prologue to the conclusion, this story kept a great pace and flow that provided suspense and horror. This reader couldn’t put the book down and read it from cover to cover in one sitting. Being an American reader didn’t matter, as even when the language or dialogue fit the characters residing in Northumberland, it didn’t hinder the enjoyment and context of the story. It made it more realistic. From the eyes of the killer, stalking his victims, to the police who discover the horror, each character was perfectly executed (no pun intended). It is not a story to be taken lightly or with ease, it’s very gory and detailed with each kill. As Whitman speaks … “I’m a killer. A murdering bastard, you know that. And there are consequences to breaking the heart of a murdering bastard.” — Perfectly, terrifying.