Wednesday, 4 December 2013

The Afterlife of Darkmares

Do you fancy a flight of fancy? A thrilling read? Or just want to indulge in a spot of escapism? Then take a look at my latest novel, if you dare…

The Afterlife of Darkmares  by P J Newcombe

‘When single mum Kate Linden’s disabled daughter dies unexpectedly she is stunned to find she is under suspicion of harming her. But Kate still has a 12year old son, Grif, who refuses to speak and is grappling with issues of his own – not least of which is his attachment to a supposedly imaginary friend. Kate’s relationship with her son is fraught as she struggles to make some kind of connection with him and also deal with her own intense grief.

Unbeknown to Kate, in 1665, a disastrous event - the plague - in a small Derbyshire village - has consequences that stretch into the 21st Century and she is blind to the fact that her son (feeling estranged from all around him) has unwittingly allowed an evil entity to awaken and threaten them all.

 Kate must now fight her own demons and accept help from unlikely sources if she is to save her son from a fate worse than death. The help finally comes from a sleep therapist, an elderly bereaved lady and Jeremiah, an old man who hovers between life and death on a life support machine…’

The Afterlife of Darkmares – now available on amazon kindle.
Do you enjoy thrillers - especially those that have the flavour of the supernatural about them?




  1. Good luck with the book, wishing you every success. Yes, I enjoy thrillers with a flavour of the supernatural, but not too horrific, Susan Hill's book The Woman in Black scared me.

  2. I do enjoy supernatural thrillers. This one sounds great.

  3. Sounds delightfully chilling! Good luck with the release.

    The Warrior Muse