A Storytelling of Ravens

British actress Callie Crossley is kidnapped and dumped outside a cabin at the edge of Whispering Woods. All she has is a scrawled message: DEAD TO ME, and two unexpected housemates: a former sitcom star (who looks like hell) and a girl in a wheelchair (who is full of hell).

When film producer Torbin Thurston, a man Callie knows personally, turns up at the cabin, Callie doesn’t know who she can trust. Something dangerous lurks amongst the trees, and she seems to be the only one who can hear strange whispering.

Are the rumours about Whispering Woods true? Do the trees really talk?

And for those able to hear, does what they say lead to blood-lust and madness?

Callie must find a way out before she is consumed by the darkness of Whispering Woods.

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‘The ever-growing confusion, fear and despair of each of the trapped characters as they grappled to understand and come to terms with their reality is palpable, and the relentless onslaught of the omnipresent ravens are the icing on the maniacal cake.’ 

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‘This is a thought-provoking and vivid read that hits the ground running and continues to build in momentum, and is well worth its place in the realm of psychological horror.’ 

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‘The plot and quality of writing were such that I was enthralled from beginning to end and, at one point, I exhaled a huge breath that I hadn’t realised I had been holding in.’ 

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‘The constant presence of the ravens and the whisperings of the trees set the tone of the story, which is one of being constantly on edge.’ 

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‘For me, one of Dixon’s main strengths as an author is her characterisation and the down-to-earth and relatable way in which she conveys each personality to her reader.’

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