Monday, April 15, 2019


I have brand new audiobooks of two of my Haunted thrillers, from Tantor Audio. (Sorry, US only right now.)

But - comment on this post, and I will send an audio CD to one of the commenters!

My ghost story The Harrowing was a Bram Stoker Award nominee for Best First Horror and an Anthony Award nominee for Best First Mystery. 

Left alone in their college dormitory over the long Thanksgiving break, five misfit students confront their own demons and a mysterious presence—that may or may not be real.

Read by Rebecca Mitchell.

Poltergeist meets The Breakfast Club as five college students tangle with an ancient evil presence. Plenty of sexual tension, quick pace and engaging plot.”
—Kirkus Reviews

 “Absolutely gripping…it is easy to imagine this as a film. Once started, you won’t want to stop reading.”
—The London Times

“Sokoloff’s debut novel is an eerie ghost story that captivates readers from page one. The author creates an element of suspense that builds until the chillingly believable conclusion.”
—Romantic Times Book Reviews

 “Scary without being gory, this book has just the right blend of psychological drama, mystery, romance, and creepiness.”
—VOYA Reviews

The Price is the second of my Haunted thrillers -
a love story/horror thriller set in the world’s creepiest hospital (some fascinating research went into that!)

A Boston district attorney suspects his wife has made a terrible bargain to save the life of their dying child. 

Read by Noah Michael Levine

The Price is a gripping read full of questions about good, evil, and human nature…the devastating conclusion leaves the reader with an uncomfortable question to consider: ‘If everyone has a price, what’s yours?’”
                                 —Rue Morgue magazine

“A heartbreakingly eerie page turner.”                                    
                                     —Library Journal

In the US:

April 14 (yes, tomorrow!) I’ll be at the LA Times Festival of Books, signing at the Mysterious Galaxy/Sisters in Crime booths from 1-2 pm.  Booths 367/368

May 15-19 I’m thrilled to be going back to New Orleans for the inaugural Book Lovers Con  (formerly Romantic Times). Two hundred romance, thriller and suspense authors descend on my favorite city during Jazzfest. You know you want to be there!

In the UK:

May 2-4 I’ll be at Newcastle Noir, with a whole cadre of powerhouse feminist authors from all over the world! Can’t wait!

Full list of appearances and details on my WEBSITE

So what are you guys up to, this glorious spring?

-       Alex

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