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    Freebie! Serving Spirits by Adam Light

    Mitch Whitley has convinced his wife Natalie to stay home as a monstrous hurricane barrels down on their home town. She didn’t really want to stay, but Mitch can be very persuasive. Now, as the night wears on, the terror mounts, and Natalie realizes that the fury of nature may be the least of her concerns. Serving Spirits is a novella of suspense and terror intended for mature readers.

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    Review: Dead or Alive by William Harms

    Dead or Alive by William Harms on 30th March 2012 Genres: Horror Pages: 212 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads The melding of genres is a tricky business. Too much of one and the reader can often be left disappointed. Too little of either and it all seems a bit pointless. William Harms in his western-zombie mash tries his level best to find the right mix between two beloved genres, and the result is a partially successful mixture of classic western tropes and typical zombie mayhem. Dead or Alive follows John and Paul, two brothers who are chalk and cheese but have no-one other than each other as they attempt…

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    {Review} Hillary: Tail of the Dog by Angel Gelique

    on December 31, 2012 Pages: 243 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Hillary Greyson, just 15 years old, has been kidnapped and is now being experimented on by Dr. Morrison, his wife Monica, and a psychiatrist, Dr. Bentley. She can’t remember who she is or how she came to be naked, strapped to a bed, an unwilling patient. But her captives do and maybe it’s best if she never remembers. Some things are best left forgotten. The writing was surprisingly good. A few errors, but really well done. The idea was also a good one. The execution though, left a lot to be desired. The plot, however, was minimal. I…

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    Review of Dead Five’s Pass by Colin F. Barnes

    Dead Five's Pass by Colin F. Barnes Published by Darkfuse on February 16, 2014 Genres: Horror Pages: 108 Buy on Amazon When a new cave is discovered in the Rocky Mountains, no one considered the terrible consequences that would follow. A volunteer mountain rescuer dealing with the loss of a child, the break-up of a relationship and the grief of a rescue gone wrong, Carise Culey isn't sure she's the right person for the job when she receives an emergency call. A climber is missing, presumed dead, and his girlfriend is found bloodied, beaten and catatonic with fear. Carise soon realizes the discovery of the cave is worse than anyone…

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    Psychros by Paul Roberts

    Psychros by Paul Roberts on 2.6.14 Genres: Horror Pages: 31 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Two brothers travel north to their Grandfather's winter cabin, only to discover a world threatened by an insidious invader. The other day I was over at Goodreads taking part in a discussion about horror story collections, in the Literary Horror Group. It was a very interesting conversation and with names like Laird Barron and Tom Ligotti being tossed about, I was immediately interested. One of the people taking part in the discussion was Paul Roberts. I clicked on his profile, discovered he had written a couple of short stories and I decided, (on the…