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    {Review} Becoming by Glenn Rolfe

    Becoming by Glenn Rolfe Published by Alien Agenda Publishing Genres: Contemporary, Creature Feature, Horror, Science Fiction, Suspense Pages: 265 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Something ancient has wormed its way up from the earth.... A change has come today. After Michele Cote's best friend disappears, no one believes her story about the thing responsible for his abduction. Forced to figure out the mystery for herself, Michele encounters terror she has never known, and witnesses the impossible. When other members of the community begin to change or vanish, Sheriff Shane Davis must look beyond reason in order to stop the evil seeping into this small town. With help from an…

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    {Review} Abram’s Bridge by Glenn Rolfe

    by Glenn Rolfe Published by Samhain Publishing on 1/6/15 Genres: Fiction, Horror Pages: 85 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads There is a darkness in this town, and it’s buried beneath Abram’s Bridge. When Lil Ron meets Sweet Kate under Abram’s Bridge he is mesmerized. And when he realizes this beautiful girl is a ghost, it frightens him, but also draws him to her. Curiosity and a drive to make things right lead Lil Ron into a tangle of small-town secrets involving his own father and other members of this otherwise quiet community. Bit by bit, he will uncover the truth about Sweet Kate, a story of heartbreak, violence…and fear.…

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    {Review} The River Through the Trees by David Peak

    by David Peak on 3.25.13 Pages: 164 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads “The Thornapple’s winding body and its non-navigable waters, bringing nothing to nobody. A steady stream of pointlessness. A withered worm in a rotten apple. A river surrounded by a stillness, whose muddy banks go untrodden, whose tireless, repressed rage goes unheard, out of earshot, trembling with inarticulate anger.” The Thornapple runs through Ardor, Michigan. This story is set during the winter. I could feel the cold in my bones. It may well be that the the season is a symbol, of what’s become of this town. The dead-ness of it. The grittiness of it. The wasted remains…

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    {Review} Abra-Cadaver by Matt Drabble

    by Matt Drabble Published by Eden Publications on August 3rd, 2013. Genres: Crime/Serial Killer, Horror Pages: 342 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Fans of ’80s slasher horror rejoice! With Abra-Cadaver, Matt Drabble has constructed a throwback to that golden age of horror that includes his own unique serial killer: a revengeful magician released from a mental asylum more than two decades after his incarceration. His targets? Every person in the small town who had a hand in his sentencing, and the now grown-up group of kids who were witness to his shocking crime all those years ago. But are they really to blame for the crime that put Arnold…