Happy Publication Day, Misha! 🙂

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Belvedere Crescent is quite different to anything I have ever read before. I was intrigued from the very beginning and found myself completely captivated until the very end. This is a chilling, but heart-wrenching tale full of suspense.

Misha M Herwin is such a talented writer. I have loved everything I’ve read of hers so far and Belvedere Crescent was no exception.

When we meet twins Thea and Sadie, they have returned to their childhood home to be with their Great-Aunt Jane during her final earthly hours. Great-Aunt Jane brought them up from babies and gave them a home in Belvedere Crescent, but she wasn’t the most loving of guardians and was never very open about how she came to adopt them. Thea and Sadie always had each other though. Their bond is unbreakable, and they may look alike but they are as different as chalk and cheese.

When they inherit the house, their plan is to sell it and move on with their adult lives. Thea is engaged to be married and Sadie is pursuing her acting career. However, there is much more heartache to come.

What follows is a story full of sadness, grief and seemingly unexplained occurrences. My heart went out to Thea and I really feared for her on many occasions. What she experiences must be terrifying and so confusing. I was praying she would find the answers she is looking for and ultimately be able to live a peaceful life.

Belvedere Crescent is a unique, beautifully and intelligently written supernatural story about love, loss and family secrets.

I will happily recommend to all.

Many thanks to Misha Herwin for my ARC.

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Out now!

happy reading 🙂


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