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  • Published: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407077789
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 282

The Intruders

Those who go where they're not wanted don't always get to leave.

Joel Demetrius is quite looking forward to moving in with his new step-family, but as far as his sister Cassie's concerned, they're nothing but intruders. She doesn't want anything to do with Gerald and his two sons, and to make matters worse their new home is a derelict old house, neglected for decades. Joel thinks it's interesting. Cassie thinks it's a dump.

  • Published: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407077789
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 282

About the author

E E Richardson

EE Richardson is a 22-year-old cybernetics graduate and The Intruders is the 2nd terrifying novel from this reclusive writer.

The first novel The Devil Footsteps was published to great critical acclaim.

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Praise for The Intruders

A gripping and unputdownable read.

Funday Times

Written in a clear prose style with enough characterisation to make you care for the protagonists... should give young adults the collywobbles the minute they turn off their bedside light.

SFX magazine

Debut novel The Devil's Footsteps established E. E. Richardson as a horror writer with an uncanny grasp of the human psyche. With The Intruders, Richardson further asserts her considerable powers as writer and social commentator... the success of this novel's horror arises through the clever interplay of paranormal activities and familial discord.

Jacob Hope, ACHUKA

EE Richardson's skill in The Intruders is to tell a chilling ghost story firmly rooted in well-observed 21s Century family turmoil... a riveting page-turner

TES Teacher

Horro for teenagers has come on apace with this tale. Akin to the Point Horror series, but more sophisticated.

Daily Echo

If you like ghost stories, you'll love this story for young adults... perfect for those who like to feel the icy fingers of fear on their shoulder as they read.

Lowestoft Journal

Modern horror at its scariest, an interesting take on the genre.

Writing Magazine

A spine-tingling, eventful story

Primary Times in Hampshire

A ghoulish little book.

Irish Times

A selection of reviews

South Wales Argus

Eight out of ten

Cork Evening Echo

This is a real page turner: the evocation of the supernatural is strong and tangible and the developing peer psychology between the young people acute and well-observed.

Dennis Hamley, Carousel

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