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Graham Masterton is one of the most popular horror writers in the world today. He is also the author of many highly successful thrillers, historical sagas and sex instructional books. Welcome to his message board!

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1 Mon March 02 2015 - 09:48:38
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Sorry...forgot to attach TAKEN FOR DEAD review link!

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1214887410



2 Sun March 01 2015 - 13:26:35
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Thanks, Simon! A review of TAKEN FOR DEAD.


3 Fri February 27 2015 - 16:19:29
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: My book signing at the Cancer Research shop[ in Purley, Surrey, on March 5 has had to be postponed because ther shop will still be undergoing a refit. As soon as I have a new date I will let you know.


4 Fri February 27 2015 - 15:54:24
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: The next Katie Maguire book BLOOD SISTERS should be out in October.


5 Fri February 27 2015 - 15:29:31
Fullname: Pat Sheldon
Email: patsheldon@talktalk.net
Comments: Hi, when will book 5 Kate Maguire be out pleade?


6 Thu February 26 2015 - 10:26:45
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Why can't all reviews be like this? A Google translation of a review in the French book blog Babelio of APPARITION (aka SPIRIT):

Guided you in this world where horror reigns over time and space! How this can be expected that "will" happen in this kind of book?
The horror mixed with love, pain, imagination.
The story is both unsettling but plot by his strange and abnormal side.
The end of the book is not that we imagine!

This book is to devour! I have nightmares at night! The descriptions are not too long and allow us to put us easily in the bath.



7 Thu February 26 2015 - 10:02:06
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Good to hear from you, Campbell. Especially glad that you're enjoying those Katie Maguire audio books. Caroline Lennon who reads them has just the right amount of Irishness in her voice. If she read all the books in a proper Cork accent you wouldn't understand a word, boy! As I know myself, no matter what people tell you about coping with grief, there is nothing at all that can be done about it except to endure it and lead a very positive life in honour of the person you have lost.


8 Wed February 25 2015 - 23:29:16
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: Campbell.C.Milton@gmail.com
Comments: Dear Graham,
Thanks for the reply in January. I got kind of waylayed. I purchased Several Books including Including Red Light. On audible it says RED LIGHT is not available here in the US. iTunes does not have the book in audio available. I did get Descendant, Basilisk, and Petrified on Audio, all of which I have in Hardback I am happy to see. I pre-ordered Katie Book 4, and I am waiting to pre-order the new Harry Eskine book, which I am totally excited about.
Worst news this year is that I lost my job Feb 6. Anyway, I love the audio books, the reader on Katie 1 and 2 is fabulous, I enjoy her voice.
Thanks for the books. I wish I could cope better with the grief. I feel better sending a note.
Best regards, Campbell.


9 Mon February 23 2015 - 10:46:08
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Glad you enjoyed RED LIGHT, Elaine. If you want to catch up on the John situation, have a look at the next book TAKEN FOR DEAD!


10 Sun February 22 2015 - 22:11:23
Fullname: elaine dable
Email: elaine.dable@vaculug.com
Comments: Hi,

I have just finished red light another really good book, glad to see Katie still has sisters, shame that John has left her though.

Elaine.


11 Sun February 22 2015 - 10:04:46
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: A contest for my Polish friends to promote NOC GARGULCOW 9(NIGHT OF THE GARGOYLES) which was published in English as PETRIFIED.


http://grahammasterton.blox.pl/2015/02/Niesamowity-konkurs-z-GARGULCEM.html



12 Fri February 20 2015 - 21:25:17
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: ... Well, after reflexion I think I have a little less sympathy for Bonnie than you have, because of the end's revelation !

Christophe


13 Fri February 20 2015 - 18:40:33
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Mr Masterton,

I think my confusion can be explained by the sexually oriented profession of Bonnie... so, the portrait of Bonnie seems now to me very near to the empathetic portrait of Lily in EDGEWISE (even if the stories are very different!): two feminine heroins confronted with familial and professional difficulties.

Thanks for having taken time to answer me !

Christophe



14 Fri February 20 2015 - 16:03:10
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Quite the opposite, Christophe. Bonnie is based on a real-life character and I wanted to show how a woman deals with the stresses of a difficult job and a deterioratingg marriage. There is n othing stereotypical about Bonnie and I hope have depicted her with understanding and sympathy. TRAUMA, incidentally, was selected by Publishrs Weekly in the US as one of the 100 Best Books of 2003 and was also given an award by Mystery Writers of America.


15 Fri February 20 2015 - 09:03:38
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Mr Masterton,

about the choice of the profession of Bonnie, and its sick humour ("humour noir") presentation, in TRAUMA...could you confirm that your purpose was to make your readers laugh about a feminine stereotype (the cleaner)?

Thanks,

Christophe


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