“Exactly what you think when you think modern gothic horror, and tag on a huge impact ending to keep the bones rattling.” – Unnerving Magazine
“Left me scared and satisfied.” – Sci Fi and Scary (Ladies of Horror Fiction)
“The way Cavendish builds the creepy atmosphere makes this book a page turner.” – Twin Cities Geek
“Hooked by the first page and our first ghostly encounter, this story flew by me, page after page. I couldn’t and wouldn’t put it down.” – Orchard Book Blog
“The atmosphere and tension build as the supernatural events escalate, really adding to the terror for our characters.” - Readervoracious
“. Definitely a book for lights off, candle on, and wrapped in a duvet or blanket.” – So Many Books, So Little Time
“chilling, atmospheric and downright creepy.” – It’s All About The Books
“If supernatural chills are what you seek then The Haunting of Henderson Close is highly recommended.” – Grab This Book
“Dark and creepy” - Zooloo’s Book Diary
“Spooky weaving of historical and contemporary” – The Haunted Reading Room
“I would recommend it not just to those who enjoy ghost stories but gothic hauntings and historical fiction as well.” – Well Worth A Read
“A gifted storyteller… I recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys a hauntingly good tale.” – Dark Trails Through the Twisted Wood
“Top shelf historical horror. Stands shoulder to shoulder with the gothic classics”. - Cedar Hollow Reviews
In the depths of Edinburgh, an evil presence is released. Hannah and her colleagues are tour guides who lead their visitors along the spooky, derelict Henderson Close, thrilling them with tales of spectres and murder. For Hannah it is her dream job, but not for long.
Who is the mysterious figure that disappears around a corner? What is happening in the old print shop? And who is the little girl with no face? The legends of Henderson Close are becoming all too real.