F. G. Cottam – The Magdalena Curse

65. The Magdalena Curse by F. G. Cottam (2009)
Length: 324 pages
Genre: Horror
Started: 13 July 2013
Finished: 16 July 2013
Where did it come from? From a Library Book Sale
How long has it been on my TBR pile? Since 1 June 2013
Why do I have it? I like horror and F. G. Cottam is a new author for me. 

It only takes a couple of visits to convince Dr. Elizabeth Bancroft that Adam Hunter is not just having nightmares – he is a child possessed. His father is desperate: adamant that his son’s affliction is the result of a curse he incurred in the depths of the Amazon rainforest many years ago. Mark Hunter would do anything to protect his son Adam, but he knows that the roots of Adam’s terror lie in Mark’s own past, deep within the jungles of the Amazon. 

Twelve years ago in Bolvia, Mark Hunter had been part of a misguided military operation that went terrifyingly wrong, leaving only two men alive to face the macabre events that followed. Two women held the key to Mark’s future – one was more bad than good; one was more good than bad. Both of these women had dark and dangerous, very powerful abilities – and Mark had incurred the wrath of one of them who was capable of wreaking an unholy vengeance.

To save his son’s very soul, Mark Hunter will travel from a sleepy village in the Scottish Highlands to a fortress high in the Alps, in search of this mysterious woman, hoping against hope that she will help him break the curse that ensnares Adam. He will leave his son in Elizabeth’s care – who is about to discover there are equally dark secrets on their doorstep…and in her blood.

I really enjoyed reading this book. It was very unusual, interesting and well-written. It was a very involved plot, but I was captivated by the story’s creepiness. I give this book an A! and have already placed three more of F. G. Cottam’s books on my Wish List.

A! – (90-95%)

Till we Meet Again, Glow Brightly as Moonlight


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