Friday, 13 December 2019

Review of The Barghest by C L Monaghan


Scotland 1862

A murder, a terrifying creature, and a battle for his affections were not what Midnight Gunn expected when he journeyed to Scotland for the summer. Bodies are mysteriously disappearing from the city morgue, Midnight’s growing household is in turmoil and someone or something lurks in the shadows, watching. When the net closes in around his heart and his daughter disappears, Midnight calls on Scotland Yard’s finest, Inspector Arthur Gredge, to aid in the hunt for the Barghest

My Review:5 stars
I pre-ordered this, having read the first Midnight Gunn book and loved it. I was super excited to dive back into Midnight's world and see what was going on with him, and little Polly. The story was beautifully crafted, as I have come to expect from this author, and the plot kept me guessing through the twists and turns as more supernatural creatures popped up on the pages. I adored the characters, and loved the direction the story went. Overall, an amazing read and one that I highly recommend!

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