Wednesday, March 5, 2014

CHRISTINE SUTTON - WOMAN IN HORROR!






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Christine Sutton is my Woman In Horror today! The picture above is not Christine's picture. It is the picture of her super fan-tab book Prodigal Son, which I will have some exciting news about soon. I'm not telling you now. The suspense will have to fester in your soul. Bad me.

Christine is a mystery lady. She is on a path different from the one she traveled in the past. You will notice there is no blog post above; neither are there pictures of her - I happen to have some, but I will not share them here because she obviously, for some reason, does not want them bandied about. Also, there is no bio on her Amazon or Facebook pages. There are some new things going on in her life that mostly say, "Let's not shout everything from the rooftops." Fair enough. I can respect that.

However, I can let her own words from her many books tell a tale in itself, and, since all authors are the products of what they write, and their books are part of the soul of the author, the picture is painted. In Christine's case, we're talking the work of the masters.

Prodigal Son talks of psychopaths and serial killers, and is a true psychological thriller. But she also writes of ghosts, zombies, dark fairy tales, killers, websites running amok, and the paranormal. There is also a charming tale of a long elevator ride which could very well be with Christine's protagonist and the Devil. My, my.

How about soul-eating entities, nasty bugs, creepy twins, and the world of magic? Have you had enough yet? Wrong answer. She also has stories of evil witches, vampires, werewolves, and dark forests. Who doesn't love creepy tales of dark forests? Raise your hands. Just what I thought: no hands are raised.

I know Christine as a wonderful lady who writes some chilling, in your face horror. The reviews below will tell you that. Go to her Amazon pages and get acquainted with her. You still won't see her picture, but you'll get a glimpse of who she is as a person.

Christine Sutton, my mysterious lady of suspense and terror, is A Woman In Horror!


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Four Ghosts by James Ward Kirk Fiction, Paula D. Ashe, William Cook and Murphy Edwards (Oct 8, 2013)

Book Description

November 12, 2013
Everyone has a seen a ghost. Mostly, they scare the hell out of us. This collection of four novellas by some of the most prominent writers in the horror genre will scare the hell out of us, too, maybe even more so as these ghosts have a mission: redemption. Grab your friendly ghost to sit with you as you read, because you're going to need someone in your corner. But it still might not help.

5.0 out of 5 stars Horror + Humor + Creativity = Success October 19, 2013
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If you like old-school horror, with a twist of well-placed humor, this is the book for you. All four stories are extremely enjoyable, but Paula D. Ashe's Mater Nihil stands out. With the extremely well-written characters and her creativity with the paranormal/occult ("...my husband is a terrifying fallen angel human hybrid thing that's been blessed with some extremely horrifying powers by his father-in-law.") this could have easily developed into a full-length novel. Look forward to reading more from these authors!

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Prodigal Son by Christine Sutton and Jaime Johnesee (Mar 7, 2013)

Book Description

January 8, 2013
"In Prodigal Son, Christine Sutton has penned a tight, brutally honest portrait of a psychopath reminiscent of Theodore Sturgeon's 'Some of Your Blood'. This dark descent into the broken mind of Timothy Robert Shively will send chills down your back. Every word rings true, and every page is dark with menace. Do yourself a favor and pick this one up right now. You can thank me later."
-Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Inheritance and Dead City


Timothy Shively is a very bad man. Under the thumb of his abusive mother, and trapped in the shadow of his absent father, Timothy embarks on a bloody, violent journey to find his place in the world.
Was he born this way, or is he the product of his nightmarish upbringing? Decide for yourself as Timothy searches for his father as well as his own identity in this raw psychological thriller.
What secrets will be revealed upon the return of the prodigal son?

Warning: This book contains scenes of relatively graphic violence. Please use good judgement when purchasing.

 5.0 out of 5 stars WOW!! January 9, 2013

Format:Kindle Edition
Christine Sutton has written a disturbing tale of what can happen when a son follows in his fathers footsteps. Only in this story, father is a serial killer. The story is well written and I could not put it down. I had to find out what would happen next. The characters are well written and Christine captured the very demented minds perfectly. This story is graphic so not for the tender reader. It certainly kept my attention and was glad to see the outcome. Characters you love to hate!

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Harvest of the Dead (Zombie Armageddon) by Ian Woodhead and Christine Sutton (Jan 12, 2014) 

 Book Description

January 12, 2014
The infection has made its way across the ocean and landed in the U.S.
The small town of Greendale Falls, VT has taken precautions to stop the infection, but somehow it has made its way into their sleepy little town.
Battle zombies, hunters and worse in the latest installment of the ZA series!
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Harvest of the Dead January 26, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
This was my first time reading either of these authors and I loved it. The plot was gripping and the characters well realised. The zombies are different from the usual groaning, shuffling, mindless monsters, which made them much more frightening.

I couldn't put the book down as I needed to know what happened next.

What a great book. I look forward to reading more from these authors.
 

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Kayla, Enchanted: Dark Fairy Tales with a Modern Twist by Christine Sutton (Apr 12, 2012)

Book Description

April 12, 2012
Kayla Burkheart has had a hard life. When she finally decides to clean up her act and get her life back on track, she believes that she has it all. A new job, a man that she loves, and finally, a feeling of peace.
As she embarks on a journey down a California highway, she finds herself being trailed by a menacing figure in a black car. This is only the beginning.
She finds out that there is more to her life than she ever imagined possible.
Join her on her journey through four tales, tinged with fairy tale magic and filled with werewolves, vampires, witches (good and bad) and all other manner of magic and monsters.
With nods to Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, The Three Little Pigs, Hansel and Gretel and a few more, these are not the fairy tales you read as a child. Kayla's life is sometimes dark, often frightening and always, enchanted.

This book contains some language and adult situations. Not recommended for children.

5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING!!! August 3, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
RED: In this first chapter of the book you are introduced to a cute character, Kayla, who is not quite the dumb idiot bimbo in most horror films who goes down the dark alley alone but she is not far off!!
Her inquisitiveness and personality seem to get her into all sorts of trouble... and this is only the beginning!
Christine Sutton slowly builds up the suspense, with hints at what might be, but then does a nice little twist at the end!

SNOW: This second chapter carries on the Kayla saga, can things get any worse for this more girl, well it seems, yes!
If the first tale incorporated the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale this one makes you giggle with the references to Snow White, complete with little people! and wonderful fairy tale ending... sort of!
Very clever writing, introducing some great new characters with a dash of magic and fairy dust.

LET ME COME IN: The next instalment of Kayla's mad life does not disappoint.
Hysterical & horrendous nods to The Three Little Pigs; has almost put me off bacon sandwiches, almost!
Bit more gore in this one and plenty more magic to explain the wonderful details of a strange, warped fairy tale world!
Ms Sutton has excelled herself with the details in this fantastic modern day twisted tale, adding another layer of fantasy and a beautiful new character that you find yourself already in love with.

GRACE IN THE DARK: Such a shame that Ms Sutton has decided this is her final instalment of the Kayla series as they are so enjoyable, but she does tidy up all the loose ends and leaves you feeling very full (mostly of giggles and love).
This book dives into the magical world once again, but further along their life lines, we now have the little baby Grace as a little girl....and a cute one at that!
We meet old friends and new enemies with a clever twist of humour and Grimm style horror.
A brilliant tale that is funny, gore laden and exceptionally clever!

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Killers by Christine Sutton (Sep 15, 2011)

 Book Description

September 15, 2011
A collection of short stories that take you on a roller coaster ride of emotion. You may find yourself caring about a monster, or hating someone who is picture perfect. You never know what people's motives truly are until you get the story from their point of view.

1. Hindsight is the first person account of a killer's creation and lifetime of bad deeds and regrets. Tommy Horton is set to die by the needle in 5 days, but he has a few things that he needs to tell you first.

2. Killing Two Birds... is the story of an extremely unlucky woman. A somewhat cautionary tale, showing us all how easy it is to become a victim.

3. Mommy is pure horror fun. By all accounts, Lori is a perfect Mother. She worships her two little angels, but while they are at school, she has a whole life of her own.

4. Killers Anonymous tells the story of a group of recently paroled murderers that are forced to attend counseling. They all want to move on with their lives, with the exception of one. Find out who will prevail in this battle of wit and will.

This collection has approximately 22,000 words.
5.0 out of 5 stars Ya gotta wonder! February 8, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Christine Sutton brings out her killer instict and treats us with four tales of homicide. The first is the portrait of a death row inmate and his difficult trail to his situation ... and his solution. The second is a serial killer rapist who goes the extra mile to enjoy his quarry .. but is he too late? The third is a mother you would love to see but better keep your distance! The fourth, (My favorite) is a group of killers looking to find peace in a group, but there is a problem.
Sutton gives us a look through her killers eyes. Ya gotta wonder.
 

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Jessica: A short story by Christine Sutton (Oct 9, 2011)

Book Description

October 9, 2011
SHORT story about a little girl who will not let anything stop her from making things right. Not even death.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a VERY short story. This is simply a quick little story that some people may enjoy, not a novel.
Approx. 1700 words 6-8 pages
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It shows sals love for the little girl  and how it would react to his own baby girl i couldnt imahine hsving seen a little ghost but dhe saved her own life  very turning tables

 

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Redeem Code Here by Christine Sutton (May 18, 2012)

Book Description

May 18, 2012
Joseph has found a new website that holds more than just click ads and pop-ups. See what happens when you open your mind to the internet.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars spooky revenge October 1, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
A short story of revenge that gave me a little shudder.

Christine Sutton managed to make the hairs on my arms stand up as she explains about the poor chap who loses time to a website; no, it wasn't Facebook!

He soon learns the true meaning of revenge and the consequences of his apathy.

Such are the descriptions that I wondered what was on fire in my own kitchen!

For such a perfectly timed lunch break read this really gave me the spooks; no more free codes for me thanks.

 

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Day One: Zombie Outbreak by Christine Sutton (Feb 7, 2012)

Book Description

February 7, 2012
The staff of Burkin Logistics is trapped. On a sunny California day in July, something is wrong in the town of Stockton. A black cloud has taken over the sky in the form of an infectious disease that will turn the inhabitants of this coastal town into the walking dead. Read the story straight from those who are infected. Live the terror of slowly losing your mind to a hunger that cannot be satisfied by anything but human flesh.

A short story of approximately 7,000 words.


4.0 out of 5 stars lots of differing PoV August 3, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
l loved all the differing perspectives, this novella is set out like a set of diaries...The style really lends itself to the story telling.

Interesting view on how the zombies feel as they are turning, left me thinking about the small moments in an apocalypse.

Nicely left open for a sequel... which I would love to read!!
a good, fun but horrifying book!

Christine Sutton certainly has a way of sneaking up on you with the gore!

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All the Little Children by Christine Sutton (Nov 10, 2011)

Book Description

November 10, 2011
All the Little Children is a novella that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Ben and Cara Barlow move into a beautiful Connecticut Victorian home to start the next phase of their lives together. They are thrilled with the home's beauty, location and price, so they move in right away. When strange things start to happen to Cara, Ben tries his hardest to be supportive. They call in a team of paranormal investigators, and the home's grisly history, and occupants, past and present, engage in a battle to the death. Will Ben and Cara reclaim their dream house, or will the evil within those walls take everything, including their souls? A short novella at approximately 20,000 words.

 5.0 out of 5 stars All the Little Children (Kindle edition) February 2, 2012

By Jo-Anne
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This is a well written book, I really enjoyed the read, I couldn't put it down, stayed up all night to read it, fabulous writer, I look forward to finding more of her work.

Highly recommend, I usually don't like horror but this was superb, just can't say enough.

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Shame the Devil: A Short Story by Christine Sutton (Jun 9, 2013)

Book Description

June 9, 2013
Arthur steps onto the elevator, unaware that it will be his last visit to the thirtieth floor. What is it about the strange young man that accompanies him? Is this Arthur's opportunity to save himself, or is this in fact the end? A battle of wills ensues, but who will win? Read this chilling short story to find out who will be the one to shame the devil?
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars riveting ride! June 18, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Just as well this is a short story as I almost could not bear the tension.
Two men in a lift... or are they?!
Some serious gore with a nail biting finish; prepare yourself for a shock.
You cannot go wrong with the author!

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The Walker by Christine Sutton (Oct 9, 2011)

Book Description

October 9, 2011
You never know what lurks behind the masks people wear. Angel or Demon? Some things are eternal, and some must face their end.....
Short story, approx 1700 words

 

5.0 out of 5 stars An Interesting Play In Mythology December 16, 2011
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Christine Sutton is an independent author. She has a few stories out on Amazon Kindle and right now they are free. However, by the time this review gets published the stories may have a price on them again. According to what I have read on Ms. Sutton she is a custom cake decorator who lives in Central California. I have only read one of this woman's short stories and I am intrigued to read more from her.

The Walker is a story about an entity that eats souls. He walks on in life devouring all he can when he grows hungry. He eventually gets a surprise on his trek when he tries to devour one soul that he possibly should have stayed away from. The story draws its basis on mythology and is an interesting read.

The story is a tale of good versus evil and it is fast paced. Sutton is definitely an author to keep watch of. I have only read this one story so far and am interested in reading her other works. I suggest getting her story "The Walker" for your kindle as well. It is definitely worth it to have her work in your kindle library. 
 
 

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RED (Kayla Burkheart Tales) by Christine Sutton (Nov 17, 2011)

Book Description

November 17, 2011
When Kayla embarks on a drive from Washington to Texas, she is just doing her job. When the black 1967 Impala starts showing up at every turn, she starts to think it might be more than coincidence. When the mysterious driver leaves her a note, she is engulfed in a race for her life. A race that even a fast car can't always win. RED, an urban retelling of a classic fairy tale. A short story at approximately 4500 words.
Be sure to check out the continuing story --- Snow, Let Me Come In, and Grace in the Dark, all available for Kindle right now at just 99 cents each!

 

4.0 out of 5 stars An Infectious Modern Day Fairy Tale January 13, 2012
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Christine Sutton again takes you away from the hustle and bustle of life in a delightful short story that's sure to resurrect emotions of the past. In Red, the innocent girl, Kayla, is on a mission traveling down the desolate California Highways instead of the forest. A creature not entirely human finds her trail, and the highway becomes darker and more fearful than the Black Forest of Germany ever was. If you are a fan of Christine's work, this is sure to please. If you're new to it, what are you waiting for? Give this one a try.
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Group 742 by Christine Sutton (Feb 23, 2012)

Book Description

February 23, 2012
There is something happening in Apartment 104. It could be the cure that stops a killer, or it could be the end of life as we know it. A new breed of super insects has taken over, can a few survivors beat the infestation? Short Story, Approx. 6400 words

 

5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy Crawly fun!!! May 7, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I love this story!! LOVE!!! It has the perfect blend of characters and genuine creepiness.

I literally got the heebie jeebies and the creepy crawlies!!

Definitely check it out!! It will not disappoint!!

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The Shadows by Christine Sutton (Apr 14, 2012)

Book Description

April 14, 2012
Dr. Harding is having trouble making a breakthrough with her new patient, Simon..After the suicide of his twin sister he just hasn't been himself...
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy! January 27, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
This was certainly a creepy short story. Only took a few minutes to read but kept me awake, thinking it over.

Very simple but effective tale. I always thought there was a creepy factor with twins and it's refreshing to see this being utilised. (I have twin daughters and they have freaked me out on more than one occasion)

Another terrific tale from a Mistress of Horror. :)
  
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Snow (Kayla Burkheart Tales) by Christine Sutton (Dec 30, 2011)

Book Description

December 30, 2011
Kayla Burkheart's adventures continue! After overcoming her desert ordeal in the short story RED, Kayla has returned home to find that the fairy tale continues. She finds out some facts about her family history that may be her ultimate undoing. With the help of a coven of witches, Kayla is tasked with defeating vampires, werewolves and evil witches that threaten to destroy her happiness and her very life! Will she get her happily ever after, or will she fall victim to the evil that courses through her veins? This novella at 20,000 words will take you through a whirlwind as you join Kayla on another fairy tale adventure. *It is highly recommended that before reading this story, you read RED *

 5.0 out of 5 stars Great second story!!! February 19, 2012

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Christine has done it again!! This modern day fairy tale pulls you in from the very beginning and takes you on a wild adventure! I love Christine's writing and the way she tells a story! I finished this book and can not wait to start the next installment!! Awesome tale!!

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Let Me Come In (Kayla Burkheart Tales) by Christine Sutton (Jan 24, 2012)

Book Description

January 24, 2012
Join Kayla one more time as she and David settle into their new life together. After losing her father and gaining a husband, Kayla believes that the only thing in her future is settling in and raising a family, but ghosts and monsters of her past have other plans. When a certain werewolf plots to take his revenge on Kayla for killing his family, Kayla must decide which is more important, blood relations, or the new loving family that she has created. Is this the end of her happily ever after?
Novella Approx. 14,000 words
This is the third installment in a series of four. #1 RED, #2 Snow. It is recommended that you read the first two before reading this story. Then make sure you finish it out by reading #4, Grace in the Dark!

 5.0 out of 5 stars Book Review: Let Me In by Christine Sutton February 15, 2012

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This is the third and final installment of the Kayla Burkheart series. The books just kept getting better and better. I do not know how she was able to top Snow, but she did.

I gave this one 5 stars as well. I think you really should get this series. As well as more of her work. I look forward to seeing more and more great work from Christine.

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Grace, In the Dark (Kayla Burkheart Tales) by Christine Sutton (Apr 14, 2012)

Book Description

April 14, 2012
The fourth installment in the Kayla Burkheart series. Grace is seven years old and goes on her first camping trip. Secrets are hiding in every corner of the forest. Uncover them all and find out if Kayla really does get a happily ever after... 

 4.0 out of 5 stars shame this is the last... or is it! August 3, 2012

Format:Kindle Edition
Such a shame that Ms Sutton has decided this is her final installment of the Kayla series as so enjoyable, but she does tidy up all the loose ends and leaves you feeling very full (mostly of giggles and love).
This book dives into the magical world once again, but further along their life lines, we now have the little baby Grace as a little girl....and a cute one at that!
We meet old friends and new enemies with a clever twist of humour and grimm style horror.
a brilliant set of books....

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