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    {Review} THE SILENCE OF DEATH, by Kyle Lybeck

    THE SLENCE OF DEATH by Kyle Lybeck on July 18, 2017 Genres: Crime, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Law & Crime, Psychological Horror, Suspense, Thriller Pages: 100 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Vietnam, 1971 Private First Class Paul Eastbrook fights as a part of an elite group of Special Forces Soldiers. Deep in the jungles, you can never predict what will happen, especially when it comes from your own. Actions that create disastrous results, a ripple effect to span for years. Sacramento, Present Day Scott Eastbrook is straight out of prison and on the warpath. He will stop at nothing for retribution of his imprisoned father. Life-shattering results that will span across…

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    {Review} PAINTED, by Kirsten McKenzie

    PAINTED by Kirsten McKenzie Published by Squabbling Sparrows Press on June 25, 2017 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Ghost, Horror, Mystery, Occult & Supernatural, Paranormal, Psychological Horror, Supernatural, Women Sleuths Pages: 296 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon If art can capture a soul, what happens when one of those souls escapes? When art appraiser Anita Cassatt is sent to catalogue the extensive collection of reclusive artist Leo Kubin, it isn’t only the chilly atmosphere of the secluded house making her shiver. Upon entering the house, Anita stands before a silent audience of portraits clustered on every wall. Every painted eye is watching her, including those of the unfinished portrait on the…

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    {Review} SAVAGE JUNGLE: Lair Of the Orang Pendek, by Hunter Shea

    SAVAGE JUNGLE: Lair of the Orang Pendek by Hunter Shea Published by Severed Press on April 7, 2017 Genres: Creature Feature, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Thriller Pages: 189 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon They are called the Orang Pendek, masters of the steamy Sumatran rain forest. Henrik Kooper watched his father die at the brutal hands of the orange-haired ape men. Having barely survived helping twins Natalie and Austin McQueen discover and destroy the beasts lurking in Loch Ness, it’s now his turn for vengeance. Within the treacherous jungles of Sumatra lies the fabled lost city of Gadang Ur. Its secrets are guarded by a savage band of Orang Pendek…

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    {Review} AN ANGEL FALLEN, by Andy Graham

    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.This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale.AN ANGEL FALLEN by Andy Graham on June 13, 2017 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Occult & Supernatural, Psychological Horror, Supernatural Pages: 79 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon You’re eighteen. Bored. Dad’s away a lot. Says it's business, but you’ve seen the lipstick stains. Mum’s home. Too much. Keeping the world gin market afloat on…

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    {Guest Post} ANDY GRAHAM, author of AN ANGEL FALLEN

    by Andy Graham One Genre to Rule Them All Given that I’m writing this blog for a horror website, you can probably guess what’s coming. Before we go any further I should give you a warning, this blog is a bit bracket-tastic. (You’ll see what I mean.) I’m going to go out on a limb and claim that horror is the master genre. I’m preaching to the choir here (or screaming at the sinners) but, in very broad terms, it could be said that horror, in particular fear, drives all writing. It is essential to fiction. But what about the tropes? What about the cliches? Don’t they define genres? OK,…