Book review

The Haunting of Henderson Close by Catherine Cavendish @flametreepress @Cat_Cavendish #RandomThingsTours

Today see’s my stop on the blog tour for the devilishly dark The Haunting of Henderson Close by Catherine Cavendish. My thanks as always go to the publishers, author and Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the opportunity and the copy of the book.

About the book



Ghosts have always walked there. Now they’re not alone…

In the depths of Edinburgh, an evil presence is released. Hannah and her colleagues are tour guides who lead their visitors along the spooky, derelict Henderson Close, thrilling them with tales of spectres and murder. For Hannah it is her dream job, but not for long. Who is the mysterious figure that disappears around a corner? What is happening in the old print shop? And who is the little girl with no face?

The legends of Henderson Close are becoming all too real. The Auld De’il is out – and even the spirits are afraid.

The Haunting of Henderson close is available to purchase from – Amazon

Mt thoughts

When Hannah finds her dream job of being a tourist guide she’s over the moon and quickly settles in to play the part, showing tourists round the underground Henderson Close. It’s not long though until things start to feel a bit off, shadows lurking around corners and there’s a real chill in the air.

Wow what a blooming good read this is. A few words that spring to mind after reading this are, chilling, atmospheric and down right creepy.


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