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    {Review} The Flip by Michael Phillip Cash

    on May 15. 2014 Genres: Supernatural Pages: 393 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon The Flip is about Julie and her husband Brad who have taken to flipping houses for a living. Hoping to make a profit off an old fixer-upper mansion; Brad, wanting to flip it fast, and Julie, wanting to make it a Bed & Breakfast, can’t seem to agree on anything and are bumping heads more than usual.The house and its former inhabitants have secrets that are unveiled as the couple try clean it out and spruce it up before it gets flipped. Will their relationship survive forces that cannot be seen? You’ll have to read it to…

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    {Review} Deceiver by Kelli Owen

    Published by Darkfuse on June 17, 2014 Genres: Dark Fiction Format: eBook Buy on Amazon My love.My life.Tell me it isn’t so.A murderer.A liar.A potential foe.Was the life we led really real?The things that tied us, kept us near,within these notes, does case me fear. I took a life.I see it true.You loved me,just as I loved you.by NikkiA man is left with only notes left behind of the wife he lost.What he finds between the pages questions his perception of their relationship and how easy it is to be deceived.A quick, high-impact read that carries you along to a somewhat bland ending.

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    {Review} Reaping the Dark by Gary McMahon

    by Gary Mcmahon Published by Darkfuse Genres: Horror Pages: 204 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Clarke is the driver, the getaway driver for robberies. The last job goes bad and Clarke has to get Martha, his pregnant girlfriend, out of town as soon as possible. Before his plan can get in motion, Martha is taken and Clarke is left with no choice but to confront his unknown foes and his own inner demons as his forgotten past catches up to him. Darkness is coming. Gary tells a good story, but sometimes I don’t think I “get” his vague horrors. His monsters are not always easily visualized and I have…

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    {Review} Sadie the Sadist by Zane Sachs

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Zane Sachs Published by Adytum on April 25, 2014 Genres: Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror Pages: 228 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Sadie despises her job. And you can’t really blame her.  Her Assistant Manager is a Type A personality (the A in the case totally stands for ass) who forces her to shuck corn until her hands are numb in a cold, dreary basement that resides in the bowels of a supermarket. Sadie has just about reached her breaking point when…

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    {Review} Creed by James Herbert

    by James Herbert Published by Pan Books on 1990 Genres: Fiction, Horror, Supernatural, Thriller Pages: 200 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads This book was a rocking good time! Any fan of 80’s style horror would dig this novel. We have a paparazzo named Creed that is generally disliked. He is greedy, selfish and obnoxious. Thing is, you are rooting for him anyway. Mr. Herbert created a deeply flawed, but likable protagonist. The best part, next to the 80’s pulp feel, is the humor. Herbert somehow manages to have you laughing, sometimes even in the midst of dire situations. Then there’s a few inside jokes; at one point Creed spots…