Author of The Dead House
‘Mina and the Undead is a fun romp through nineties pop culture
— vampires, Buffy, the Crow... need I say more?’
Author of Harrow Lake
‘Bloody, brooding and brilliant!
This brought my love of decadent ’90s vampires screaming back to life.’
Author of Last one to Die
‘I could not put this down! Strong Buffy meets Charmed in New Orleans vibes...so much nineties nostalgia.
I want to go for drinks at the Empire of the Dead with Mina and the gang. Vampires are officially cool again!’
Author of Good Girls Die First
'A book of blood-thirsty fun, from the New Orleans setting to the strong Buffy vibes. Amy McCaw brings vampires back from the dead in style. I loved it!
Author of The Last Girl (The Mary Shelley Club)
'90s + vamps + New Orleans, Mina and the Undead ticks off all the fun boxes in the Southern Gothic genre.'
Author of Frozen Charlotte (Red Eye)
‘I very much enjoyed this debut by Amy McCaw.
Smouldering vampires, a New Orleans setting and a generous dash of bloodshed. A fun YA horror read!’
Author of The Boyband Murder Mystery
‘I loved Mina and the Undead so much! The world is so fully realised I felt like I was there!
Atmospheric and spine chilling, with characters quite literally to die for, this is a vampire book with so much humanity and heart. I absolutely devoured it!’
Author of Hexed
'Creepy, atmospheric and twisty with a 90s New Orleans setting and strong Buffy vibes - Mina and the Undead was an absolute trip!!'
Author of The Girl Who
‘A fabulous 90s-set horror perfect for young adults but also older readers who grew up on a diet of Buffy, the Lost Boys, Interview With The Vampire and Elvira.’
A J Gnuse
Author of Girl in the Walls
‘What a great read! I love how Amy McCaw weaves all the New Orleans folk stories and grisly, true stories into the fabric of the story. So clever and well-pulled off.’
Author of A Sky Painted Gold
‘Brimful of nostalgia and cinematic atmosphere, I loved this heart-pounding mystery so much, I couldn’t put it down.
A thrilling read and a clever new twist on the vampire stories you love.’
Co author of A Throne of Swans
‘A brilliantly entertaining blend of cult horror references and vampire fandom, perfect for fans of Dracula, Buffy and Anne Rice. I loved the New Orleans setting and the way it was interwoven with Whitby.
I can’t wait for the next instalment and more vampiric adventures!’
Author of The Reckless Afterlife of Harriet Stoker
'A dark and thrilling tale of the paranormal set in the nineties in New Orleans.
With haunted houses, family secrets and murder galore, this delicious and gruesome tale of the macabre will ignite a whole new generation of vampire fans.'
Author of Mark of the Wicked
‘Atmospheric, thrilling, and twisty, with more 90s nostalgia than you can shake a stake at.
Will keeping you guessing until the very end (and sleeping with a crucifix under your pillow).'
Author of Every Line of You
'A gorgeously rich setting, coupled with a fast-paced plot and characters to root for! I loved every page.'
Author of Diary of a Confused Feminist
'An absolutely gripping, wild ride of a book that had me immediately re-watching Buffy and listening to Nirvana like it was the nineties again. I loved Mina and her friends, and couldn't tear myself away from all the shocking twists and romance.'
Author of The Dragon in the Library
‘A gripping YA page turner full of gore, secrets and - very importantly - 90s pop culture references.
McCaw keeps you guessing and gasping as you read.
Beautiful sister relationship at the heart, casual but glorious lesbian inclusion, and a summer job to die for.'
Author of The Ship of Shadows
‘I devoured this dark and delicious tale of vampires in nineties New Orleans.
Fresh and original and packed with pop culture references, this is Buffy for YA readers.’
Author of Victoria Stitch
'I absolutely raced through this book! As soon as I started it, I was hooked. It has a very distinct flavour, with lots of horror, 90s references and relationship drama. I loved it and I hope there will be a sequel!’