by L.G. McCary
Published by Monster Ivy Publishing
Release Date October 5, 2021
Genre Psychological Thriller
Charlotte brings her baby girl home from the hospital to the usual sleep deprivation and worries of a new mom, but something else has changed. Nightmares and moving shadows fill her with dread, and something or someone seems to be watching her.
As her daughter grows, so does Charlotte's fear. Whoever is watching has a message and will do anything to make her understand.
Even tear her family, her faith, and her self apart.
The story was a slow build but I couldn't put the book down once I started. Even though I am not a mother, the MC, Charolotte, resonated with me.
McCary addressed several taboo issues in the Christian world as well. She showed us that evil can lurk in even the most sacred places and within ourselves.
It's hard to review That Pale Host without including spoilers. But trust me, it's well worth the read.
Meet the Author
She writes supernatural and science fiction with intense emotional cores, complex characters, and plots that twist your brain in knots. Her Christian faith fuels every creative work, whether it’s a short story about sentient snowmen or a novella about a purveyor of potions disturbing the peaceful town of Pucklechurch.
Her first novel, That Pale Host, won third place in the speculative category at the 2018 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference Foundation Awards.
Her short story, “Rendering,” was selected for the Rebirth anthology from Havok Publishing and is available on Amazon! Find L.G. on her website www.lgmccary.com.