Alison Littlewood's enjoyable excursion into the genre
A great seasonal treat
This chilling slice of ghostly Gothic fiction is the perfect read for the upcoming frosty nights
[A] super spooky blend of murder mystery and old fashioned wintry ghost story
A beautifully told winter ghost story . . . Mistletoe is a perfect modern Christmas ghost story that never loses sight of the traditions of the season
Well written and absolutely brilliant
A classic ghostly tale, perfect for a winter's night read
Its delightful brand of spookiness ensures that, like Dickens' seasonal novels, it can be enjoyed all the year round
A wonderful tale of loss, grief, selfishness and life and I would definitely recommend adding this to your winter TBR pile!
A 19th century Christmas nightmare in this time-slippy tale of loss, lust, grief . . .
A terrific ghost story and one that would make for ideal reading on those cold, dark and lonesome winter nights
A beautifully told winter ghost story
A spooky read and I was hooked, I honestly couldn't put it down it was so captivating
A bewitching book . . . It's a beautifully written, tender and deeply atmospheric and chilly ghost story and timeslip novel. Mysterious and sad, disturbing and enchanting - it's the perfect read for these longer nights
Mistletoe is an excellent continuation of the Christmas ghost story tradition upheld by the likes of Dickens and M.R. James, with some genuinely unnerving moments . . . Mistletoe is horror as it should be, a classic ghost story for our modern times
You'll be feeling pretty darn cold in every sense at the end of this creepy number
The snowy landscape of contemporary Yorkshire adds an extra chill to Alison Littlewood's spooky ghost story
Super spooky blend of murder mystery and old-fashioned wintry ghost story
A haunting tale of love, loss and betrayal. Highly recommended. 9/10
An excellent piece of story-telling . . . A good read
Her best yet . . . a creepy, page-turning triumph enlivened with excellent folkloric details, beautiful descriptions of winter landscapes and sensitive characterisation
A most unnerving read!
A perfect spooky book to snuggle up with on a frosty night