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    Review of The Bleeding Season by Greg Gifune

    The Bleeding Season by Greg F. Gifune My rating: 5 of 5 stars “After all, Goodness is a state of grace. Evil, is a state of mind”. The above is just one of the quotes from this book that I LOVED. This is my fourth Gifune novel/novella and it will not be my last. The story is set in a small coastal town in Massachusetts. Alan and his friends are mourning the loss of their friend Bernard who committed suicide by hanging. They are shocked and confused. Then they find the suicide ‘note’ left by Bernard. And so begins their journey into the dark. Mr. Gifune tells the story so…

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    Review of The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli

    The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli My rating: 5 of 5 stars This was a dark story of grief, guilt, loss and redemption. The feelings of sadness, pain and grief so strongly permeated this novella that I couldn’t help but feel all of it right along with our protagonist, Kasteel. Kasteel is grieving for the loss of his son. He is grieving so much he cannot bring himself to leave the Castle,a huge sprawling hospital complex where his son was being treated. The Castle has been there for centuries and has seen its share of death and loss. Ultimately, this story became something more than the sum of…

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    Review – Tommy Rotten by Adam Light

    Tommy Rotten by Adam Light My rating: 3 of 5 stars Carol is charged with taking her younger brother and his friends trick or treating. This year she decides to take them to Donnerly House where a boy supposedly went missing. It’s said that on Halloween night he waits, hoping to find a new friend. The writing was simple, but Adam’s skills as a writer shone through with his descriptive prose. A straightforward read. Great for youngsters. A quick bedtime tale, or better yet, a tale to be told before going out this Halloween. Free to read here: Tommy Rotten

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    Review – 400 Days of Oppression by Wrath James White

    Genres: Extreme Horror 400 Days of Oppression by Wrath James White Blurb: Natasha has met the man of her dreams, and there is nothing she wouldn’t do to please him. Kenyatta has taught Natasha about herself, given her a sense of safety she has never felt before, and shown her a whole new world of sexual experiences. Now she must learn the hardest part of love: understanding. To help Natasha overcome her white-trash upbringing and understand African heritage, Kenyatta offers her a wager. A very real and dangerous wager, but one worth taking. Can Natasha’s love endure 400 Days of Oppression? My Review: 4 1/2 Stars Kenyatta is in love…