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301 Tue November 26 2013 - 15:09:25
Fullname: Kevin G
Email: kev.69@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Thanks Graham - always fancied being a book editor!! Best Wishes to you. Kevin

302 Tue November 26 2013 - 07:24:12
Fullname: Rusty Halverson
Email: rgrhalverson@gmail.com
Comments: Are there any audio versions of the books out there?

303 Tue November 26 2013 - 06:56:00
Fullname: Paul Petrali
Email: mr.paulpetrali@yahoo.com
Comments: Having a beer with a friend yesterday, she mentioned out of the blue that Devils of D-Day would make a fantastic movie, I agreed....again! She never knew I ever read the book or once contacted you about it...so how's progress?

304 Mon November 25 2013 - 23:00:27
Fullname: John Slemp
Email: johnslemp@ymail.com
Comments: Broken Angels at a great price on Kindle $1.44 U S.

305 Mon November 25 2013 - 14:15:00
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Thanks. Jim. Glad you enjoyed SPIRIT and WELLS OF HELL. We were actually planning on moving to New Milford and put a deposit on a lovely house there, but at the last moment I was unable to get a work permit.

I don't have any trouble sleeping, Derek, and my mind doesn't whirl around...probably because it's empty by the end of the day!

I'll check out those points you made, Kevin. If they are errors, a pretty young editor will be hung by her neck!

306 Mon November 25 2013 - 11:47:25
Fullname: Kevin G
Email: kev.69@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Hi Graham
I have just finished White Bones and really enjoyed it; now looking forward to Broken Angels.
There were a couple of things in White Bones that I wonder may be errors? On page 146 of the paperback edition, Fiona's parents are 'Mr & Mrs Donald F Kelly' but on page 234, his wife calls him 'Patrick'? Also, on page 146, Katie spoke to the sheriff at 9.25pm but then on page 147, the time seems to have gone backwards as Dermott '..came in with a black ham sandwich...' at 7.50.
Anyway, thanks again and all the best to you!

307 Sun November 24 2013 - 13:08:26
Fullname: Derek Toms
Email: delberto1210@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Hi Graham,

I've just recently got back into reading your novels after a thirty year break.I first read the Manitou back in 1986 and it was probably my first horror novel that I have read. The genre of horror has always held a fascination for me and has in the last two years allowed me to explore the subject by writing novels myself. The struggle to get published is no longer worth the fight and frustration, so I am content to write for my own amusement and the curiosity of what will emerge from the dark recesses of my mind and transpose into the written word. I struggle to sleep at night when writing...the words come flooding into my head and take control of my mind in endless loops. Do you get writers insomnia?

warmest regards,

Del (very tired and weary)

308 Sun November 24 2013 - 02:04:45
Fullname: Jim Gust
Email: TorzJohnson@yahoo.com
Comments: Dear Graham,

My introduction to your books came at the far-flung location of the Coast Guard Exchange in Kodiak Alaska back in 1986, where I spotted a copy of Death Trance in the book rack at the checkout counter. Yes, we may not have had regular mail delivery or Dunkin' Donuts, but we had Graham Masterton books.

Oddly enough, over the years I've found myself living near or visiting the towns where several of your novels are set. Currently I live only a few miles from both Sherman and New Milford CT. Every time I drive through them I can't help thinking about Spirit or the Wells of Hell.

Anyway, your books have provided a great deal of entertainment for me over the years and I just wanted to thank you for that.

Best wishes,


309 Sat November 23 2013 - 07:51:55
Comments: Dear Graham,

I have forgotten to precise that (1) to (7) are referrings to books or articles of french historians specialized in history of native Americans and U.S.A.: J. Rostkowski, M.C. Feltes-Striger and F. Ameur.

310 Fri November 22 2013 - 16:02:36
Comments: Well, it's Jack Smith... I am confused (I think "Smith" and "Wilson" are very common names like "Dupont", "Durand" in french)

311 Fri November 22 2013 - 15:54:03
Comments: Dear Graham,

I have sent you a message on manitouman; I hope you will be able to see the attachment (my chapter 14, about the WENDIGO)...
I have just ended FAMILY PORTRAIT: it's great, filled of suspÍnse and emotion... The allusion by Jack Wilson to the lamp shades made of human skin conducted me to an article about Ilse Koch, "the witch of Buchenwald": a mastertonian style title but sometimes the reality is worse than the fiction !


312 Fri November 22 2013 - 09:26:50
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: I'll look into it for you, Philip! You know what publishers are like...they never tell you anything!

313 Thu November 21 2013 - 20:05:35
Fullname: Philip Sherrod
Comments: Hi, Graham--

Any word on when--or if--Broken Angels will be available in the U.S.? I really enjoyed A Terrible Beauty (as Katie Maguire was titled here in the States), and I'm ready for more!

314 Thu November 21 2013 - 09:34:09
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: I'll do my best for you, Wendy!

315 Thu November 21 2013 - 06:33:14
Fullname: Wendy Maxwell
Email: wendymaxwell@bigpond.com
Comments: Thanks for the reply ... pity, it sounds like a scenario you might like to enlarge upon!! AND ... more Night Warriors, please!! :)

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