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1 Tue July 28 2015 - 15:52:50
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/blood-sisters/id972436648?mt=11

Download BLOOD SISTERS for only £1.99!!



2 Sun July 26 2015 - 18:42:16
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: I am glad you enjoyed BROKEN ANGELS, Krystian, and also took a look at some of the places in Cork menitoned in the book.

Don't worry too much about Katie, she's a very tough lady!!



3 Sun July 26 2015 - 16:58:18
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: It took me awhile but I finished BROKEN ANGELS earlier today. I downloaded Google Earth application so that I could follow Katie steps and see all the places she visits. Cork must be a wonderful city, especially the riverside. Although I think the first book was a little bit better, this one also was good. I'm not very religious but those priests deserved to be punished. I feel sorry for Jimmy, I liked him. RED LIGHT comes up next. I wonder if Katie will ever be happy? She has already suffered so much. I guess the time will tell.
Best regards


4 Sun July 26 2015 - 10:19:46
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Just added a link on the news page to view a clip of The Secret Shih-Tan, adapted for The Hunger TV series from Graham's short story of the same name. Over 18s only!


5 Sat July 25 2015 - 08:13:58
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Your research, Christophe, is also astonishing!


6 Thu July 23 2015 - 13:07:56
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Mr Masterton,

A little precision about what you said in your last message (that my references are not ground in reality...).
It is a question of methodology: when I am sure of my references I don't question you about them, and that concerns 90% of them (for instance, I know the reason why you named "Arabella" the boat which brought Mictantecutli, and I am sure that the "Grand Educateur" of BLIND PANIC is a reference to R.H. Pratt etc...)
It is only for the other 10% that I need to question you, to validate or invalidate my conclusions, because your imagination is sometimes... astonishing !
Maybe this can give the impression I am lost in my researches, but it is not the case!

Christophe

P.S. thanks for having qualified my essay as a possible "book"... it sounds like a compliment.




7 Wed July 22 2015 - 08:48:36
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: The next book in the Katie Maguire series BLOOD SISTERS is already available on Kindle. The hardback edition will be published in October. The book after that, BURIED, will be published in February but may be out as an ebook before Christmas. Glad you're enjoying them, Shelly!


8 Tue July 21 2015 - 23:51:49
Fullname: Shelly Blackwelder
Email: shellykemp@roadrunner.com
Comments: I love the Katie Maguire book series! I just finished reading "Taken for Dead," so when will the next installment come out?!


9 Tue July 21 2015 - 20:08:22
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

Concerning my last question, I think you might have given the answer by anticipation ...EACH READER HAS HIS OWN CULTURE AND HIS OWN EYES, SO EACH READER WILL HAVE HIS OWN APPRECIATION... and his own freedom to find or not references to Faust, in your novels.
For instance, my opinion is that the description of the unknown opera of R. Wagner in SALAMANDER is close to the Faust universe: the grey monk giving to Junius the ritual, the mountains under the storm lightnings, the diabolic choir... are for me referrings to the FIRST WALPURGIS NIGHT (a poem by Goethe starring the Brocken in the Harz massif) or MEFISTOFELE (opera by Boito)...but IT IS ONLY MY OPINION!


10 Tue July 21 2015 - 14:03:24
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: https://widgets.itunes.apple.com/widget.html…

WHITE BONES (Katie Maguire #1) is Apple's Book of the Week this week. Just click to take a look!



11 Tue July 21 2015 - 08:01:25
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Comments: In your novel it is written, about Madeleine, "je suis morte et je suis montée au ciel", and that remains me what happens to Marguerite at the end of the FIRST FAUST of Goethe and in the last scene of the FAUST by Gounod.
Moreover, in your novel, Madeleine helps the heroe to win against the devils and, at the end of the SECOND FAUST, two characters pray for the sake of Faust's spirit: Marguerite and... Madeleine !
That's why I thought the name Madeleine could have been suggested to you by Goethe's opuses...

May I ask you the question about Faust in a different way, more general...can we say that some of your novels revisit the myth of Faust?

Thanks,

Christophe



12 Mon July 20 2015 - 19:46:36
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Dear Christophe...as usual your classical references are fascinating but not grounded in reality. I have not read Faust although obviously I know the story. As for that love affair...well, I will just have to leave that to your imgaination. One day perhaps you will write your own book "The Worlds of Graham As Seen Through The Much More Cultured Eyes of Christophe"


13 Sun July 19 2015 - 08:21:28
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

About THE DEVILS OF D-DAY, I wonder if the trilogy of characters Patton/Madeleine/Adramelech was inspired by the Goethe's trilogy Faust/Marguerite/Méphisto.
In that case, could you precise me if there is a mention of a love story between Patton and Madeleine (before he sacrifies her to Adramelech!)... I am at this time in Aix En Provence and I have not your novel with me...)

Thanks,

Christophe


14 Wed July 15 2015 - 19:10:08
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: If you're feeling both creative and bloody-minded, why not enter Inkitt's Horror Writing Contest?

http://t.co/J5o9Aw0HyG



15 Wed July 15 2015 - 12:26:26
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Head of Zeus have rebranded the covers of the first two Katie Maguire crime novels. They will appear immediately on Kindle and later in the year in the paperback editions. See the news page to view the covers.


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