Family Business

Family Business

A horror full of creeping dread from the mind behind Thirteen Storeys and The Magnus Archives

Jonathan Sims

$9.99

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A bone-chilling horror from the acclaimed writer of THIRTEEN STOREYS and hit horror podcast THE MAGNUS ARCHIVES



JUST ANOTHER DEAD-END JOB.

DEATH. IT'S A DIRTY BUSINESS.

When Diya Burman's best friend Angie dies, it feels like her own life is falling apart. Wanting a fresh start, she joins Slough & Sons - a family firm that cleans up after the recently deceased.

Old love letters. Porcelain dolls. Broken trinkets. Clearing away the remnants of other people's lives, Diya begins to see things. Horrible things. Things that get harder and harder to write off as merely her grieving imagination. All is not as it seems with the Slough family. Why won't they speak about their own recent loss? And who is the strange man that keeps turning up at their jobs?

If Diya's not careful, she might just end up getting buried under the family tree. . .

People can't look away from Family Business:

'Great horror novel that gets scarier by the page!' Netgalley reviewer, ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'Sims is a master of the horror genre and this new book really hooks you in and keeps the unease high . . . a spooky horror, perfect for Halloween reading on a cold, dark night' Netgalley reviewer, ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'Very much in the style of Stephen King, which is a great compliment, this story will grip you and make you both want to race ahead to see what happens and fear to turn the page. A great read' Netgalley reviewer, ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'It's a thriller, a fantasy, a horror, a science fiction; it flows really well and you'll finish it before you know it . . . a first class piece of storytelling' Netgalley reviewer, ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'Couldn't put it down really gripping and really enjoyed this book totally recommend' Netgalley reviewer, ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐


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Jonathan Sims:
Jonathan Sims is a writer, performer and games designer whose work primarily focuses on the macabre, the grotesque, and the gentle touch of creeping dread. He is the mind and the voice behind acclaimed horror podcast The Magnus Archives, high octane space-cabaret The Mechanisms and some of your favourite nightmares. He lives in Walthamstow with the two best cats and an overwhelming backlog of books that he really should get round to.

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