The Others (Haunted From Without – Book One) : A Mystery & Detective Paranormal Action & Adventure Medical Thriller Conspiracy

Based upon a real life mystery, Haunted From Without will make you question the meaning of life itself. It will shock you, scare you and have you turning the pages until late into the night.

Following the international success of Haunted From Within, Haunted From Without is the latest thought-provoking medical thriller from Ian C.P. Irvine.

Haunted From Without is a unique combination of medical thriller, conspiracy thriller, mystery, detective fiction and ghost story.

With several stories that twist and turn together, culminating in an ending you will not predict, Haunted From Without will keep you riveted to your Kindle for hour after hour.

The Story

Who are ‘the Others’? Why are an increasing number of people throughout the world developing the ability to see and speak with the dead?

Why have a farmers’ guild from Iowa secretly enlisted the help of Scottish reporter Peter Nicolson? If they are correct, is the world stumbling blindly into a disaster that could threaten the survival of the human race? And what is contained within the missing ‘GM File’ that threatens to destroy some of the world’s most powerful companies? To what lengths will these companies go to prevent Peter Nicolson uncovering the truth and publishing it to the world?

Will Peter Nicolson meet Maciek, his nemesis and erstwhile saviour? And if he does, who will survive?

To find the answers to all these questions and more, download Haunted From Without today, find a comfortable seat, and forget about doing anything else for the next few days!

Happy Reading!

(But don’t switch the light off… you don’t know who might be watching you!)


What people are saying about Haunted From Without:

“Ian C P Irvine has a true talent. It was a book I felt compelled to read to the end at the same time not wanting to finish… I highly recommend this book.”

“This book made me laugh, cry and kept me guessing to the end.”

“After just two nights and one train journey Haunted from Without was finished. It was the true meaning of the word “masterpiece.”

“Normally it takes me a while to get into a book, but this one had me hooked from the first page! The storyline is interesting with plenty of facts thrown in to make you sit up and think and also some ‘on the edge of your seat’ content, which will leave you with many questions which will challenge your beliefs. I found myself searching the internet, researching things mentioned in this book and wow, the results had me a little scared to say the least. If you are open-minded and inquisitive, this book will keep you entertained and turning every page with anticipation. Well done Ian Irvine for yet another wonderful book.”

“This is a very good book! I could see it becoming a very good movie. I strongly recommend that adults read it. There is so much that it makes you think about yet the plot keeps you ‘stuck to your seat.’ “

Book One of Two Parts Please note that Book One continues seamlessly into and is concluded in Book Two. This is an excellent way to introduce yourself to this new and exciting author!- If you enjoy Book One, to continue the story you may then choose to download Book Two. Alternatively, readers are always recommended to purchase the full omnibus edition containing both Book One and Book Two.

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  1. Dedicated Book Lover
    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Peter and Susie in the style of Dick and Dora, August 12, 2015
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    This would really be a 1 star review if I based it only on the writing ability of the author. I’m stunned that he’s written so many books, and hasn’t learnt to not ‘Tell’ the readers (instead of showing) what’s going on. Based on some of the reviews, I’m surprised that he hasn’t done a major re-write with the help of someone with some good writing skills. The story has merit, and I’d like to know how it ends – in fact that’t the only reason I’m at 90%. Unfortunately the writing style – mixed up syntax, poor grammar and terrible punctuation etc., along with plenty of basic errors, has me tempted to just delete it. This book deals with at least one very important issue; the author wishes to convey a message regarding the grave consequences of Genetic Engineering. It’s just a shame it wasn’t delivered better. Instead of weaving the back story in, the author continues to re-tell what happened in the previous books by using extremely unnatural and wooden dialogue between his characters. The situational errors drove me crazy! There’s so much unnecessary repetition and re-telling because the author doesn’t trust us to remember some basic details (the protagonists are journalists! How often to we have to be told?) The previous book(s) might have some bearing on this story, but the details are shoved down our throats over and over again. At this stage I don’t care if I’m left hanging; I’m finding this one too tedious to continue with. Sorry.
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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Unresolved, February 28, 2017
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    Bevan (Perth, Australia) –

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    Although there are warnings that this is book one of a series: I naively hoped that the tale MAY be a complete story – nope it just stops mid-stream without resolving anything at all.
    It was not interesting enough to warrant seeking out the follow-up and (probably) just come to another open-ended situation leaving the reader in limbo yet again seeking book three…..no thanks!
    The author has diverse stories running concurrently, some hinting at previous history, but with limited, or no, detailed explanation. Without giving too much away – there is one story that is just silly, another held potential but just seems to be a pet ‘hobbyhorse’ for the author to vent his thoughts and (in book one anyway) the other story seems to stand alone and have absolutely nothing to do with the other two threads.
    Oh – and there’s a smattering of grammatical glitches which intensify as the (open-ended) story stops.
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  3. 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Felt Snookered into buying next book, December 7, 2015
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    How do I describe this book? Confusing and Unfinished. Describe the mood? Too varied to pick just one word. The book deserves maybe a 1.5, between not liking and being OK. Overall review… The author appears to have sold a lot of books for a newbie, and he has numerous pages of mostly favorable reviews. How did he do this when the book needed a good proofreader and editor. The punctuation was a huge distraction and I found numerous dropped words and other minor grammatical errors. I enjoyed the paranormal/super-national subplot. This could have easily been a stand alone story. The same with the plot… genetically engineered crops, or the serial killer subplot. Otherwise, there was too much flipping around and I kept getting lost. I really want to know what happens with the ‘Others.’ but I fear that the next book won’t bring anything to a resolution as this book left us all hanging. The tense flow was an issue and writing in Passive Voice is stylistic… matter of choice. I prefer reading stories written in Active Voice. It tends to lead itself to shorter sentences and clarifies the precision and connection to the contex of the story. The choice is up to you whether to buy and read this book. The book was just OK. As for me, I haven’t decided if I will try to get what I want and need out of the next in the series.
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