An intense haunted house tale that skillfully weaves the human condition with a chilling supernatural tale of witchcraft, ghosts and the occult that will unsettle even the most seasoned horror reader. The Grieving Stones by Gary McMahon
A small therapy group arrives at Grief House hoping that a combination of isolation and hard work will help them begin the healing process each of them so desperately needs.
But their presence has awakened something in the old dwelling. Something linked to the ancient stone megaliths at the rear of the property and a terrible crime, committed centuries before.
Before the weekend is over, the group will learn the secrets of the Grieving Stones, and come to understand the true meaning of transformation.
Reminiscent of Shirley Jackson’s classic The Haunting of Hill House, The Grieving Stones has been described as an intensely atmospheric haunted house tale that skillfully weaves his instinctively empathic examination of the human condition with a chilling supernatural tale of witchcraft, ghosts, folklore and the occult that will unsettle even the most seasoned horror reader.
“It twists, it turns, and keeps you hanging on to the edge of your seat because you can’t guess what’s coming next. This book will keep you thinking about the what ifs in the world of the occult and physiology .” ★★★★★5 star Amazon review