Horror Fiction Reviews / Matthew Cash

Pinprick

PINPRICK
By Matthew Cash

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Synopsis

All villages have their secrets and Brantham is no different.
Twenty years ago, after foolish risk taking turned into tragedy, Shane left the rural community under a cloud of suspicion and rumour. Events from that night remained unexplained, questions unanswered, memories erased.
Now a notorious politician, he returns to his birthplace when his mother’s death coincides with an offer from a property developer that is too good to decline. With big plans to haul Brantham into the 21st century, the developers have already made a devastating impact on the once quaint village.
But then the headaches begin, followed by the nightmarish visions.
Soon Shane wishes he had never returned as Brantham reveals its ugly secret.

Content Review

Pinprick is a dark horror suspense novel. Matthew Cash uses a non-linear timeline style to do a slow reveal of past and present events and how they tie in, building an almost unbearable tension as he teases the reader with horrible bits of surreal information.  The characters build as the horror builds, like a puzzle being put together piece by piece.

Combining the elements of supernatural thriller, psychological horror, and mystery suspense, Matthew Cash presents a daring but well put together story that will leave you breathless.

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About the Author: Matthew Cash

Matthew Cash, or Matty-Bob Cash as he is known to most,was born and raised in in Suffolk; which is the setting for his full length novel Pinprick.  He has always written stories since he first learnt to write and most, although not all, tend to slip into the many layered murky depths of the Horror genre.  His influences ranged from when he first started reading to Present day are, to name but a small select few; Roald Dahl, James Herbert, Clive Barker, Stephen King, Stephen Laws, and more recently he enjoys and has what he refers to as a ‘major book-on’ for Adam Nevill, F.R Tallis, Michael Bray, William Meikle and Iain Rob Wright (who featured Matty-Bob in his famous A-Z of Horror title M is For Matty-Bob, plus Matthew wrote his own version of events which was included as a bonus).
He is a father of two and a husband of one, he’d happily have more but he doesn’t think his wife would be too happy.

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