Candace Nola – Bishop @HenryRoiPR @candace_nola #Bishop #sharonBTb

Today its my turn to post my review for Bishop by Candace Nola. Thanks to Henry Roi PR for the copy of the book.

“Caught between an ancient evil and a man with nothing to lose, a young girl’s fate hangs in the balance.”

Erin Rogers and her daughter Casey have been missing in the Alaskan wilderness for five days. Troy Spencer is determined to find his sister and niece at any cost. Once there, a local tells Troy about a loner, Bishop, a man shrouded in secrets, who may be his only hope.

As Troy sets out to find the mysterious Bishop, Casey is lost in the woods, alone and frightened, seeking help for her gravely injured mother. But she is not alone, something ancient stalks these forested trails, something evil that hungers for fresh blood.

The trio soon finds themselves caught in a struggle against time as an ancient rivalry is renewed.

A horror novella that may not have as many pages as a full novel, but it has as much action and chills as a full one. Candace Nola is a new author to me so I had no idea what to expect with Bishop.

Set in the Alaskan wilderness, this story literally grabbed me and took me on a journey into dark forests with monsters I would never have guessed at,along with lost legends and folklore too.

A fast paced tale that’s not the run of the mill. I enjoyed the uniqueness of it all. It has all the elements for the really horror fans. There is plenty of blood and gore too. I was holding my breath a lot of the time with this book. I almost wanted a cushion to hide behind! If you enjoy a scary monsters in the forests horror, Bishop may just fit the bill.

Aithor Bio

Candace Nola is an award-winning Pittsburgh author, editor, and reviewer with 4 novels currently on Amazon. Breach, Beyond the Breach, Hank Flynn and Bishop. You can find her short stories in Secondhand Creeps and The Baker’s Dozen anthologies.

Beyond the Breach, won the “Novel of the Year” award for 2021 from the Horror Author Guild and her Debut Novel, Breach, placed 2nd for “Debut Novel of the Year”, also for the 2021 Horror Author Guild awards. She is the publisher and editor of the 2022 Splatterpunk Award Winning Anthology “Uncomfortably Dark Presents: The Baker’s Dozen.”

She is the creator of, which hosts her own work but focuses primarily on promoting other indie authors in the industry with weekly book reviews, interviews, and special features. Uncomfortably Dark Horror stands behind its mission to bring you the best in horror, one uncomfortably dark page at a time!

Published by Sharon

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