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The Devil's Equinox

"John Everson's newest novel is so powerful, so terrifying, so implacable in the evil it describes, that I could not stop reading." - The Haunted Reading Room


Austin secretly wishes his wife would drop dead. He even says so one boozy midnight at the bar to a sultry stranger with a mysterious tattoo. When his wife later introduces that stranger as Regina, their new neighbor, Austin hopes she will be a good influence on his wife. Instead, one night he comes home to find his wife dead. Soon he’s entranced with Regina, who introduces him to a strange world of bloodletting, rituals and magic. A world that puts everything he loves in peril. Can Austin save his daughter, and himself, before the planets align for the Devil’s Equinox?





FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.

JOHN EVERSON is a staunch advocate for the culinary joys of the jalapeno and an unabashed fan of 1970s European horror cinema. He's also the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Covenant and eight other novels, including NightWhere and Siren.

"John Everson's newest novel is so powerful, so terrifying, so implacable in the evil it describes, that I could not stop reading."

– The Haunted Reading Room

“With his latest novel, Everson twists seductive obsession with shadowy occult magic, bringing it all to a fever pitch.”

– This is Horror

"...fast-paced narrative"

– Publishers Weekly

"an interesting tale that kept me absorbed in this world"

– The Literary Licence Podcast

"Everson is a master of the genre, and has stories that draw you in right away."

– Library Thing

"a fast-paced, blood and sex filled novel not for the weak at heart."

– Booker's T Farm

"I would recommend this to readers who like this genre or others that are looking for an engaging and thrilling tale"

– Books and Emma

"I enjoyed this book, the writing and imagery were fantastic...If you like a classic Cult/Coven type read and you don’t blush easily this is definitely one for the to be read list!"

– Dark Reads with Toni

"I originally thought this would be a straightforward thriller, with an obvious murder and a search for justice. But it’s a much weirder, darker story"

– Rambling Mads

"a very interesting and suspenseful read"

– The Happy Horror Nerd

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