Books by Caitlyn Grey

The Seventh Day

Like everyone else in the world, Matt Bishop’s family has a dark past, a past that haunts them quite literally every day.

With the news of his father’s sudden death, Matt Bishop is forced to return to his childhood home, a place he’s avoided for the past ten years. After a terrifying incident at six years old, Matt was introduced to the thrilling world of the paranormal. If coming face-to-face once more with the torturous demons of his past isn’t enough, Matt has to deal with his older brother’s endless critique and his long-term girlfriend, Taylor, falling in love with the small coastal town of Redport, Massachusetts. With a weakened mind, the hauntings return tenfold. At first, Matt is convinced the terror stems from the Ouija Board he and his friends, Zack and Chip, played with religiously as teenagers. As Matt would later discover, the hauntings stemmed from something far worse.

Return to your childish fears of peeping around corners and looking over your shoulder. Gone are the days of feeling safe in your own home. With terrifying visual and encounters, The Seventh Day is sure to keep even the bravest of individual awake long into the night.


When Felicity saw her face on a missing person poster she wasn’t afraid because she would be kidnapped. She was afraid because she would be okay with it.

At 24-years-old, Felicity Walker’s seemingly average life was anything but that.
She had endured enough heartache and life-altering events for one lifetime. With the help of Heather, her best friend, Felicity was able to get a grip on the mental health issues that kept her captive for years. All of her healing went out the window when Felicity strayed off the path during her morning run and found herself at an abandoned campsite. There, she found herself surrounded by missing person posters. The most unsettling of them all was the poster that wore her name and that day’s date. After going to the police, further investigations
were halted as the police thought it was solved. Unfortunately for Felicity’s trusting disposition, it was far from closed.

Lost Girls is the long sought-after novel for the individual who wants to read, but has twenty-five hours worth of work to do in one day. It’s fast-paced, continuously developing plot makes for the perfect weekend read. The relatively short, highly detailed chapters make it possible to be transported to a world where the lines
between who you can and can’t trust are blurred while on your lunch break,
waiting for a doctor’s appointment, or while the kids take a nap. If you’re looking
for a novel full of mystery, suspense, and endless thrills that gets you hooked in t
he first chapter, Lost Girls is the novel for you.