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    {Review} LORDS OF THE DEEP, by Tim Meyer & Patrick Lacey

    Published by Severed Press Genres: Creature Feature, Crime, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Occult & Supernatural, Supernatural, Suspense Format: eBook Welcome to historic Lea Bay, home of maritime lore and the region’s most popular pirate festival. It was also the landing site of the infamous Lords of the Deep, ruthless pirates who once pillaged the area and said to have hidden a chest full of cursed treasure. But this year’s pirate festival will be different. This year, the Lords of the Deep are coming home. Recovering from the death of her husband, Daphne Jordan is thrust into a series of bizarre events leading up to the big celebration. Lea Bay locals…

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    {Review} TRIBESMEN by Adam Cesare

    Published by Black T-Shirt Books Genres: Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Occult & Supernatural, Psychological Horror, Suspense, Thriller Format: Paperback “Sick and sardonic and just plain brilliant.” -Duane Swierczynski, author of CANARY and EXPIRATION DATE  “Sometimes everything goes wrong, in the best possible way. Think Snuff and Cannibal Holocaust meeting at a midnight movie. And then give one of them a camera, the other a knife.” – Stephen Graham Jones, author of MONGRELS and THE LAST FINAL GIRL  Thirty years ago, cynical sleazeball director Tito Bronze took a tiny cast and crew to a desolate island. His goal: to exploit the local tribes, spray some guts around, cash in…

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    {Review} Hidden City by Alan Baxter

    When the city suffers, everyone suffers. Steven Hines listened to the city and the city spoke. Cleveport told him she was sick. With his unnatural connection to her, that meant Hines was sick too. But when his friend, Detective Abby Jones, comes to him for help investigating a series of deaths with no discernible cause, Hines can’t say no. Then strange fungal growths begin to appear in the streets, affecting anyone who gets too close, turning them into violent lunatics. As the mayhem escalates and officials start to seal Cleveport off from the rest of the world, Hines knows the trouble has only just begun. Amazon | Goodreads If you’re…

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    {Review} THE LAST FINAL GIRL, by Stephen Graham Jones

    Published by Lazy Fascist Press Genres: Crime/Serial Killer, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Mystery & Detective, Psychological Horror, Suspense, Thriller, Women Sleuths Format: eBook “The Last Final Girl is like Quentin Tarantino’s take on The Cabin in the Woods. Bloody, absurd, and smart. Plus, there’s a killer in a Michael Jackson mask.” – Carlton Mellick III, author of Apeshit Life in a slasher film is easy. You just have to know when to die. Aerial View: A suburban town in Texas. Everyone’s got an automatic garage door opener. All the kids jump off a perilous cliff into a shallow river as a rite of passage. The sheriff is a local…

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    {Review} TERMINAL, by Michaelbrent Collings

    Published by Written Insomnia Press Genres: Contemporary, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Paranormal, Psychological Horror, Supernatural, Suspense, Thriller Format: eBook “[Collings] brings the reader close in and doesn’t want them to leave… I’d give this an A.” – Horror Drive-In All passengers, please prepare for departure… An employee, a cop, and six passengers; a prisoner, a stowaway, and a madman. “A great read.” – Sci-Fi and Scary These are the people waiting at the Lawton bus terminal.  “If you need a fast-paced thriller that chills and keeps you guessing, look no further…” – Horror Novel Reviews Mostly late-night travelers who want nothing more than to get to their destinations, and…