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 Blog Tour Review - A Power Unbound by Freya Marske Secrets! Magic! Enemies to. . .something more? Jack Alston, Lord Hawthorn, would love a nice, safe, comfortable life. After the death of his twin sister, he thought he was done with magic for good. But with the threat of a dangerous ritual hanging over every magician in Britain, he’s drawn reluctantly back into that world. Now Jack is living in a bizarre puzzle-box of a magical London townhouse, helping an unlikely group of friends track down the final piece of the Last Contract before their enemies can do the same. And to make matters worse, they need the help of writer and thief Alan Ross. Cagey and argumentative, Alan is only in this for the money. The aristocratic Lord Hawthorn, with all his unearned power, is everything that Alan hates. And unfortunately, Alan happens to be everything that Jack wants in one gorgeous, infuriating package. When a plot to seize unimaginable power comes to a head at Cheetham Hall―Jack’s ancestral fam

Review - Wicked Little Deeds by Kat Ellis

 Review - Wicked Little Deeds by Kat Ellis


From its creepy town mascot to the story of its cursed waterfall, Burden Falls is a small town dripping with superstition. Ava Thorn knows this well - since the horrific accident she witnessed a year ago, she's been plagued by nightmares.

But when someone close to her is brutally murdered and Ava is the primary suspect, she starts to wonder if the legends surrounding the town are more fact than fiction.

Whatever secrets Burden Falls is hiding, there's a killer on the loose, and they have a vendetta against the Thorns...



I loved this book! It's a thriller with supernatural elements, set in that staple of horror fiction, small town America. 

One of the things I really enjoyed about it is the way it played with feuds between bloodlines, from the distant past right up until the children of today, presented them as "just the way things are" but then slowly revealed the real reasons behind the bad blood, both from the stories of the past to the way things look when seen from another perspective. 

It is clever and sharp, with a perfect blend of originality with accepted horror tropes. Kat Ellis really knows her horror, and like in Harrow Lake, it informs her writing beautifully.

The pacing is superb throughout too, with the whole thing building up slowly and creepily to a breathtaking finale.


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Wicked Little Deeds by Kat Ellis is out now, published by Penguin Random House

I was given a review copy via Netgalley in return for an honest review.

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