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    Milestone: The Collected Stories by Kealan Patrick Burke

    by Kealan Patrick Burke Published by Elderlemon Press on April 5th, 2014 Genres: Horror, Supernatural Pages: 183 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Somewhere out west there is a town called Milestone. You will not find it on any map. If you're lucky, you won't find it at all. Once a thriving mining community, the few souls who still dwell there know nothing of hope and everything of damnation. Because Milestone may appear near-death, a ghost town in the making, but it is very much alive. There are the stories of invisible barriers that open and close the borders on a whim, sometimes fatally, the whispers of a man in…

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    Reaping The Dark by Gary McMahon

    by Gary Mcmahon Published by Darkfuse on May 20, 2014 Genres: Horror, Thriller Pages: 204 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads A streetwise getaway driver… A drug raid that ends in bloodshed… A violent criminal hell-bent on revenge… A secret order of occultists… And something summoned from the darkest depths of nightmare. Who will survive this long, dark night, and how will it change them? And what kind of horror will be born from the chaos left behind? If the old adage is true and we reap what we sow, then only evil can be unleashed by Reaping the Dark. This was an eArc from Netgalley. Fasten your seatbelt or…

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    The Exiled by William Meikle

    by William Meikle Published by Darkfuse on July 1, 2014 Genres: Horror Pages: 242 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads When several young girls are abducted from various locations in Edinburgh, Detective John Granger and his brother Alan, a reporter, investigate the cases from different directions. The abductor is cunning, always one step ahead, and the only clue he leaves behind at each scene are the brutalized corpses of black swans. When the brothers' investigations finally converge at a farmhouse in Central Scotland, they catch a glimpse of where the girls have been taken, a place both far away yet close enough to touch. A land known throughout Scottish history…

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    Review-Ghosts of Punktown by Jeffrey Thomas

    by Jeffrey Thomas Published by Dark Regions Press on April 29, 2014 Genres: Horror Pages: 258 Format: eARC Goodreads NINE TALES OF THE DARK CITY KNOWN AS PUNKTOWN Monsters, mutants and maniacs…here, they call them citizens. In the opening story, “In His Sights,” shape-shifting war veteran Jeremy Stake (protagonist of Thomas’ novels DEADSTOCK and BLUE WAR) is reminded of the last enemy soldier he killed, every time he looks in the mirror…while the concluding story, “Life Work” (Thomas’ first novella-length Punktown story), follows a young businesswoman with a secret past and a syndicate hit man with no future. Between these tales one will encounter a wide and wild variety of…

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    Review of Rogue by Greg F. Gifune

    by Greg F. Gifune Published by Darkfuse on May 6, 2014 Genres: Horror Pages: 218 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Cameron Horne has it all, an intelligent, beautiful and loving wife, a great home and a successful and important career. His life is the American Dream come true. Until things begin to change. Without warning, he exhibits strange behavior he can't seem to control, loses time and memories, has horrific nightmares and finds blood on his hands that may or may not be his own. When a mysterious young man who seems to know the future begins appearing in Cameron's backyard, things go from bad to worse. As voices…