Books by Natasha Mostert

DARK PRAYER by Natasha Mostert
Released: Oct. 16, 2014

"A brainy, fast-moving thriller about memory and identity."
Tasked with investigating a young woman who has forgotten her identity, a man uncovers connections to a secret society. Read full book review >
SEASON OF THE WITCH by Natasha Mostert
Released: April 5, 2007

"Mostert manages it all quite impressively, concocting an intellectual puzzler that will keep the reader hooked, and guessing, until the final page."
Black cats, snakes, spiders, mystical signs and symbols and dangerous sex are skillfully stirred together in this brain-squeezing thriller from the South African-born author (The Midnight Side, 2001, etc.). Read full book review >
THE MIDNIGHT SIDE by Natasha Mostert
Released: Jan. 1, 2001

"Too bad the young Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant aren't around to star in the film version. How about Julianne Moore and Daniel Day Lewis ?"
A telephone call from a dead woman, the phenomenon of "lucid dreaming," and a skillfully maintained atmosphere of increasing menace are the main ingredients of South African writer Mostert's unusual debut thriller. Read full book review >