"From the opening chapter, which delivers an intriguing shock, this is as taut and as scary a serial killer investigation as a reader could wish for, peopled with well-drawn characters and a sprinkling of red herrings to keep you guessing"
"In his latest psychological thriller, the increasingly impressive Steve Mosby taps into our darkest and most primal fear - that of having our personal space invaded. Powerful and unsettling, it will stay with you long after you've reached the final, killer twist."
"Scary tension level remains high throughout"
"The book rocks along at 90mph, until the car crash of an ending leaves the survivors shaken but alive. Don't miss it."
Exciting and well written - Mosby excels at catching you off guard. This is a highly recommended read but you may have to leave the light on afterwards.
Mosby expertly intertwines the main plot lines with several subplots in this psychologically attuned thriller
Mosby has the talent to build both physical and psychological suspense. And he proves once again that he really knows how to work the strings.
The Nightmare Place is a fast-paced page turner that throws you right into the center of the story, leading your mind to race ahead to try and work out how the story will unravel. But no matter how much you try, it will always throw up a surprise or two that will put you back in your place.
With an opening chapter that contains enough of a fright to scare even the most hardened crime reader, The A crime thriller that will leave you suspicious of your bedroom and who may be lurking uninvited within...Nightmare Place, is the latest offering from Steve Mosby.
Mosby joins Ken Bruen, Mo Hayder, Val McDermid, and others on the dark side of UK crime fiction; his thrillers build suspense superbly, but his real strength is in character development. All his characters, particularly the women, are well drawn andcomplex, without a cliché in the bunch.