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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The Dead of Winter






The Dead of Winter by A B Gibson 
Horror Thriller

Four young professionals pick the wrong weekend to visit a popular Pumpkin Patch Bed and Breakfast. It’s the last day of the season, and the weather and the farm are picture-perfect. Ma and Pa Winter are the consummate hosts, and they immediately win over Dillon, Tara, Josh and Julia with their homespun authenticity. Like the thousands of other visitors to Winters Farm and Orchard, the four are eager to pick apples and pumpkins and take the challenge of the Giant Corn Maze. But Ma Winter has other plans. A scary moonlight hayride spirals into a frantic twenty-four hours of deception and mayhem, and the group find themselves unwilling participants in a horrific family tradition. 

5 out of 5 fairies

The Dead of Winter will leave you shivering with the lights on. I don't get to say this often about horror stories, but I had to keep the lights on while reading this. I won't give anything away, but I will say this has one of the most satisfying endings I've seen in a long while in this genre. I look forward to reading more of Gibson's work, and highly recommend anyone looking for a scare this Halloween season to pick up this book!




Where to buy: Amazon; Amazon UK

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: Following an exciting life-long career in advertising, Alan Gibson co-founded a video chat technology startup that now often competes for time with his novel writing.

For many years hikers from the Appalachian Trail worked odd jobs at an apple orchard he and his partner owned in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and that farm continues to be a source of inspiration.

Gibson also is an Executive Producer of The Book of Leah, a feature length film to be released in the fall of 2018,

He is also the Producer of "The Seeding," a feature film based on his book, The Dead of Winter, currently in development and to be released in 2019.  


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