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    {Review} WALK THE DARKNESS DOWN, by John Boden

    Published by Crossroad Press Genres: Apocalyptic, Bizarro, Crime/Serial Killer, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Horror Western, Occult & Supernatural, Paranormal, Psychological Horror, Supernatural, Suspense, Western Format: Paperback Some things are older than time. Older than darkness. -Levi is a monstrous man—made of scars and scary as hell, he’s glutted on ghosts and evolving to carry out the dark wishes of the ancient whispers in his head. He’s building a door and what’s on the other side is terrifying. -Jones spent a lot of time living bottle to bottle and trying to erase things. Now he’s looking for the man who killed his mother and maybe a little bit of looking or…

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    GUEST REVIEW: Julie Gooding reviews DUST DEVILS, by Jonathan Janz

    Published by Flame Tree Press Genres: Crime/Serial Killer, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Horror Western, Paranormal, Suspense, Thriller, vampires Format: eBook When traveling actors recruited his wife for a plum role, Cody Wilson had no idea they would murder her. Twelve-year-old Willet Black was just as devastated the night the fiends slaughtered everyone he loved. Now Cody and Willet are bent on revenge, but neither of them suspects what they’re really up against. For the actors are vampires. Their thirst for human blood is insatiable. Even if word of their atrocities were to spread, it would take an army to oppose them. But it is 1885 in the wilds of New…

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    {Review} BONE SAW, by Patrick Lacey

    BONE SAW by Patrick Lacey Published by Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing on May 15, 2018 Genres: Creature Feature, Crime/Serial Killer, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Haunted House, Horror Western, Occult & Supernatural, Paranormal, Psychological Horror, Supernatural, Suspense, Thriller, Weird Tales Pages: 186 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Liam Carpenter spends most of his time above his aunt’s garage, watching obscure horror movies and drinking cheap beer. But this week’s different. This week, things are getting weird. First, there’s his favorite director, Clive Sherman, showing up in town unannounced. Then there’s the string of murders that all seem like something out of Clive’s popular Pigfoot movie monster franchise. Throw in Liam’s mysterious new…

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    {Review} Last Train From Perdition by Robert McCammon

    by Robert McCammon Published by Subterranean Press on 10.31.16 Genres: Dark Fiction, Horror, Horror Western, Occult & Supernatural, Psychological Horror, Western Pages: 184 Format: ARC Buy on Amazon In I Travel by Night, master of horror Robert McCammon introduced the tortured and instantly unforgettable vampire adventurer Trevor Lawson—All Matters Handled—as he searched for his maker, LaRouge, in hope of becoming human once more. It wove a tale about the terrors of the Dark Society, featuring the gothic sensibilities of old New Orleans, and the unforgiving violence of the untamed frontier of 1886. Now McCammon returns to Lawson's gripping journey and sends him West, in the chilling sequel novella Last Train…