Preview and Early Review of Cusp of Night by Mae Clair #Mystery/Suspense #Supernatural Thriller @MaeClair1

 

 

Cusp of Night, Mae Clair’s stunning new book is released tomorrow, and we will be posting our review in the morning!

In the meantime, here is An Early Review of  Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

Thank you for having me as your guest today to share my newest release, Cusp of Night. A mystery/suspense novel with elements of urban legend and the supernatural, Cusp of Night uses dual timelines to tell two mysteries—one set in the past and one in the present. Naturally, both have to converge at the end, creating a tidy package. As an author, it involves writing two stories at once—something I found challenging to do, but also intriguing.

I’d like to share a snippet from a pre-release review today. After downloading a copy of Cusp of Night from NetGalley, Dianne, of the Tome Tender Book Blog had this to say:

Mae Clair takes us on a twisted journey through time and back in her latest mesmerizing read, CUSP OF NIGHT. The feel of the 1890’s comes to life, with its dark secrets, heinous betrayals and the jarring inner pain of a woman used for the very differences that forced her to grow up labeled a freak and a monster. What drives Maya to unearth the past with such obsessive fervor? Has Maya’s own past created a connection beyond the veil of death? One man is determined to help her, and together they will learn the nightmare called the Fiend is very much alive…was it ever dead?

Absolutely one of Mae Clair’s best paranormal mysteries to date! I could feel the change in eras, the emotions, I found my own monsters in so many of these characters and had to ask myself, who were the real victims? Deviously dark, this tale unfolds like a coiled snake ready to strike at any time and through it all, the webs that are woven grow into a barbed tapestry of suspense.

Too many riveting, entangled events to dismiss, you may find yourself dreaming of waking at 2:22 am a little cold and no longer alone…Fabulous reading intrigue from an author who knows her craft!

 

It’s so rewarding to find a review that makes all those late nights and long weekends juggling plot lines worthwhile. Many thanks to Dianne for posting her thoughts.

If Cusp of Night sounds like something that might interest you, perhaps you’d like to take a closer look at the blurb:

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Recently settled in Hode’s Hill, Pennsylvania, Maya Sinclair is enthralled by the town’s folklore, especially the legend about a centuries-old monster. A devil-like creature with uncanny abilities responsible for several horrific murders, the Fiend has evolved into the stuff of urban myth. But the past lives again when Maya witnesses an assault during the annual “Fiend Fest.” The victim is developer Leland Hode, patriarch of the town’s most powerful family, and he was attacked by someone dressed like the Fiend.

Compelled to discover who is behind the attack and why, Maya uncovers a shortlist of enemies of the Hode clan. The mystery deepens when she finds the journal of a late nineteenth-century spiritualist who once lived in Maya’s house–a woman whose ghost may still linger.

Known as the Blue Lady of Hode’s Hill due to a genetic condition, Lucinda Glass vanished without a trace and was believed to be one of the Fiend’s tragic victims. The disappearance of a young couple, combined with more sightings of the monster, trigger Maya to join forces with Leland’s son Collin. But the closer she gets to unearthing the truth, the closer she comes to a hidden world of twisted secrets, insanity, and evil that refuses to die . . .

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21 thoughts on “Preview and Early Review of Cusp of Night by Mae Clair #Mystery/Suspense #Supernatural Thriller @MaeClair1

  1. Thank you for helping me with my book launch by sharing this early review for Cusp of Night. I look forward to seeing your review tomorrow and discovering what you thought of the book! I have a mid-afternoon appointment that may keep me offline for a short time on release day, but I will definitely be checking in to read your post and respond to any comments. Thank you for your awesome support!

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  2. Reblogged this on From the Pen of Mae Clair and commented:
    Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie are helping me promote Cusp of Night by participating in my launch tour (thank you ladies!). Today, they’re sharing a snippet of an early review from Dianne of Tome Tender Book Blog. Hop over and check it out if you get a chance. Tomorrow, they’ll be sharing their own review (I can’t wait to see what they thought of the book). These are lovely ladies who are super supportive of others. I highly recommend getting to know them and their blog!

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    • Linda you made my day!!!! *Snoopy dance*
      I’m utterly delighted by your interest. Thank you in advance and I hope you enjoy the read. I was riveted by the research that went into my Mothman series, but this one easily matched that.I am such a sponge about learning new things, especially when they’re historical 🙂

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    • Yay! Thank you, Natalie.Tomorrow is the day. I can’t believe after all the work, it’s almost here.I am so thankful for the many friends who are supporting me (including you!!!) with this launch. I’m giddy 🙂

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  3. Great review! It sure does make all the time worth it. And nothing too shabby about “best paranormal mysteries to date!” I can’t wait to get into the read. Congrats to Mae, and thanks for hosting Anita and Jaye. 😀

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