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An Isolated Mansion A Chillingly Charismatic Artistocrat And A Brave Socialite Drawn To Expose Their Treacherous Secrets After Receiving A Frantic Letter From Her Newly Wed Cousin Begging For Someone To Save Her From A Mysterious Doom, Noem Taboada Heads To High Place, A Distant House In The Mexican Countryside She S Not Sure What She Will Find Her Cousin S Husband, A Handsome Englishman, Is A Stranger, And Noem Knows Little About The Region Noem Is Also An Unlikely Rescuer She S A Glamorous Debutante, And Her Chic Gowns And Perfect Red Lipstick Are Suited For Cocktail Parties Than Amateur Sleuthing But She S Also Tough And Smart, With An Indomitable Will, And She Is Not Afraid Not Of Her Cousin S New Husband, Who Is Both Menacing And Alluring Not Of His Father, The Ancient Patriarch Who Seems To Be Fascinated By Noem And Not Even Of The House Itself, Which Begins To Invade Noemi S Dreams With Visions Of Blood And Doom Her Only Ally In This Inhospitable Abode Is The Family S Youngest Son Shy And Gentle, He Seems To Want To Help Noem , But Might Also Be Hiding Dark Knowledge Of His Family S Past For There Are Many Secrets Behind The Walls Of High Place The Family S Once Colossal Wealth And Faded Mining Empire Kept Them From Prying Eyes, But As Noem Digs Deeper She Unearths Stories Of Violence And Madness And Noem , Mesmerized By The Terrifying Yet Seductive World Of High Place, May Soon Find It Impossible To Ever Leave This Enigmatic House Behind Mexican Gothic


About the Author: Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Silvia Moreno Garcia is the author of several novels, including Gods of Jade and Shadow She has also edited a number of anthologies, including the World Fantasy Award winning She Walks in Shadows a.k.a Cthulhu s Daughters Mexican by birth, Canadian by inclination.



10 thoughts on “Mexican Gothic

  1. says:

    A gothic suspense novel set in 1950s Mexico with a cover like that adding book to cart Who am I to deny myself every single desire that crosses my brain


  2. says:

    OMG I had no brain right now The author stole it I wish she would have put some bravery into my heart because I think I m not gonna sleep at least for a week and I already brought back Christmas ornaments and enlightened house I don t have any idea how much electric bill will coast next month but I m sure my husband will have the worst scream crying experience of his lifetime This book is insanely terrifying, spin tingling, horrif


  3. says:

    I pray I ll see you again You must come for me, Noem You have to save me WHEW You think you know where this book is going, and then it goes there Mexican Gothic begins in such an unassuming way, where you think you re walking into a traditional haunted house story, and then everything shifts to pull you under like a riptide that doesn t loosen until you turn the final page Before I dive into my review, I think it s fair to note that


  4. says:

    Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno Garcia is a 2020 Del Rey publication An exciting new approach to Gothic Horror fiction I rarely ever comment on a book cover but this one is stunning It s an eye catcher for sure but you know what they say about judging a book by its cover So, the question is Does the story measure up to that magnificent cover Mexico City 1950s Noem Taboada, a young socialite, who wishes to achievein her life than marryin


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    FAQIs there a playlist Yes, go to Spotify there other goodies Paper doll PDF club kit PDF Is the town in the book real It s inspired by a real town which is called Real del Monte Mineral del Monte and which was a British mining town and has a very particular kind of architecture It s nicknamed Little Cornwall Yes, there is an English cemetery there Photo https FAQIs there a playlist Yes, go to Spotify there other goodies Paper doll PDF clu


  6. says:

    This was the creepiest and weirdest book I ve read so far this year WHAT A WILD RIDE.Imagine it s the 1950 s, you re driving through a small town, up a winding hill, through some rusty gates and through the fog you see a huge Gothic mansion with a VERY troubled past.Silvia has an outstanding way with setting a mood Every bit of her writing and setting comes together into this dreamy, Gothic sense that pervades absolutely every bit of the book


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    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestDNF p.84I am actually a huge fan of retro Gothic novels from the 60s and 70s, so when I found out about MEXICAN GOTHIC, a Latinx take on the popular Gothic novel subgenre, I was pee in my pants excited Just look at that cover OMG Stunning Sadly, the cover is the best thing about this book It was SO BORING Noemi is a socialite whose father doesn t approve of her superficial ways She goes to see her cousin in the


  8. says:

    3.5 starsNoem Taboada is sent by her father to High Place after receiving a letter from her recently married cousin, Catalina Her cousin s letter in unsettling and her father hopes Neomi can help her cousin and bring back answers as to her cousin s mental status.Noem arrives at the distant home called High Place Her husband s family lives there, and she doesn t know them at all, but it doesn t take long for her to know that something isn t quite ri


  9. says:

    Full of decaying glamour, dark secrets and a good amount of gnarly blood and guts, Mexican Gothicthan met the already high expectations I had for it.I ve been a big fan of Silvia Moreno Garcia since picking up Gods of Jade and Shadow last year One of the best things about her as an author is that she s sort of genre fluid a term I just made up Gods was a Mexican indigenous fantasy taking place in the 1920s, Untamed Shore was a noir set in Mexico in th


  10. says:

    a gothic suspense novel set in 1950s Mexico and a book cover that could cut a bitch yes, i m keeping my eye out for this one.


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