The Dead Can Talk But Who Can Hear Them…

Becky Moran has built a career claiming to talk to the dead. A successful clairvoyant medium, a Cambridge graduate with her own radio show ‘Medium Wave’ and a team dedicated to crafting the celebrity myth – because Becky Moran is a fake.

Until, one night, something supernatural, inexplicable, breaks through live on air as she is broadcasting. Becky Moran discovers the paranormal is real, the dead can indeed speak and she is being pursued relentlessly towards a battle for her very survival.

‘This thing has no defined shape. Whatever energy exists within it, it cannot settle on a shape. The strands of darkness curl out and then wrap back inwards. The bulk of the shadow becomes concave, then bulbous, the height building in on itself but lacking any skeletal structure to wrap itself around. There are no eyes, no clearly defined head shape. It is creating itself from darkness, like a swirl of ebony ink dropped into a vat of putrid water, spreading silently….’

In our interview with author Rose Zolock, she talks about her experience investigating the paranormal and its influence on her new book…

“I have spent a long time interviewing many who claim paranormal experiences. I have stood in icy crypts with ghost hunters, clutching their K2 meters, waiting for ectoplasm to appear and the machines to start flashing, indicating a surge of paranormal energy. I have talked to a man who had to move his entire family out of their home because of poltergeist activity. I have declined invitations to a séance because they were using an Ouija board and my rational mind just isn’t willing to risk what they may do. I have interviewed countless men and women who say they can talk to the dead. I didn’t believe many of them and those I do believe seem to have a gift for amazing accuracy doing cold readings. And those I do believe do not seek to exploit the vulnerable and grieving. Medium Wave was inspired by those investigative interviews. My interest has always been focused on those who want so desperately to believe they had had a paranormal experience, and why, as much as in the strange events they say they have witnessed.”

“The insight into the chicanery of faking psychic powers is interesting, but even more so is the author’s forays into horror (that mirror! The mouth!), and the afterlife (Heaven? Hell? Limbo? Spirits walking the Earth as ghosts, watching over their loved ones?). There is much comfort here for those who have lost and long to feel their loved ones are not gone, but the reader cannot fall into reassured complacency as the author repeatedly reminds us that with the light must come the dark.”

“HO-LY CRAP! This book was so good! Like scary good. It had all the creepy darkness that makes a thriller so good. I love thrillers/paranormal/horror books and I have to admit, I was a little hesitant to read this one after dark. I didn’t want these thoughts to be the last ones in my head right before bedtime. But I did pick it back up again first thing in the morning! I was absolutely riveted, like leaning forward in my chair so I could pay more attention to the book LOL, seriously!”

Medium Wave is well written, with a descriptive narrative, and skips along at good pace. There is a satisfying ending, which makes a good standalone read, with one thread left open to leave you wanting the next book in the series.”

Medium Wave is a wonderful book, and I recommend it. Medium Wave reaches a level of suspense and belief in the paranormal where all I have to do is take a step and fly toward the bright crystal in the sky.”

“And the ending… OH my gosh!!! All I can say is – Give me book 2 please!”

“If you are looking for a book that will draw you in and keep you interested with some twists and surprises, then you should pick up Medium Wave.”

Yes, pick it up today at:

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About author Rose Zolock

As a journalist, Rose takes every opportunity to explore and investigate strange stories, myth and folklore. Living in rural Yorkshire, with a rich library of ghost stories and literary tradition, Rose also has a sceptical and forensic insight into those who peddle the stories which feed our imagination but of which we have yet found no proof. She has listened to the debunkers who argue against those believers who are convinced that sand the dark side exist.

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