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The most dangerous stories are the ones we tell ourselves…

Mirrorland, the debut novel from Carole Johnstone, is a gothic psychological thriller about love and betrayal, redemption and revenge, the power of imagination and the price of freedom.  


I know how this goes. How it’s always gone.

This is a treasure hunt. And she has the map.

“I loved Mirrorland.
Dark and devious…beautifully written and plotted with a watchmaker’s precision.”

Stephen King

“A dark, twisty and richly atmospheric exploration of the power of imagination.”

Ruth Ware


Mirror Twins are literally mirror reflections of each other, sometimes even having the same dreams or thoughts or emotions. Some describe it as having one brain in two bodies. Others claim a telepathy that extends to physically feeling pain when the other is hurt.


36 Westeryk Road. The crumbling, creepy old house in Mirrorland is haunted by all that has happened inside its crimson red walls, because it symbolises something that must be confronted, a history that cannot be escaped.
It’s also a real place…


Whether classic or contemporary, Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre or Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects, a good gothic thriller is always full of passion and mystery; love and revenge; and enough surprises, twists, and turns to keep you up into the wee hours!

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