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    {Review} ENDURANCE by J.A. Konrath

    Published by Pinnacle Books Genres: Crime/Serial Killer, Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Psychological Horror, Suspense, Thriller Format: ARC One year ago, a young woman checked into a small bed-and-breakfast in the hills of West Virginia. She was never seen again . . . Tonight, the Rushmore Inn will host four new guests who bear striking similarities to the woman who disappeared. Like her, they are young and beautiful—Iron Woman athletes arriving for a triathalon. Like her, they were forced to come to this godforsaken place when their hotel overbooked. And like her, they will come face to face with the kind of terror that can kill mere mortals. But…

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    {Review} Shut The Fuck Up And Die! by William Todd Rose

    Published by Amazon Digital Services on December 12, 2010 Genres: Dark Fiction, Horror Pages: 170 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads A family bent on torture and the satisfaction that comes along with it are looking for new blood. They find it in newlyweds Mona and Matt who end up stranded in the woods. Playtime has begun and there’s more than one bully on this playground. More bloodshed than a hemophiliac with a head wound, Shut The Fuck Up And Die! is sure to shock and offend. The writing is done well, although the story went on a little longer than was necessary to keep things fresh. The twist was…

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    {Review} Hillary: Tail of the Dog by Angel Gelique

    on December 31, 2012 Pages: 243 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Hillary Greyson, just 15 years old, has been kidnapped and is now being experimented on by Dr. Morrison, his wife Monica, and a psychiatrist, Dr. Bentley. She can’t remember who she is or how she came to be naked, strapped to a bed, an unwilling patient. But her captives do and maybe it’s best if she never remembers. Some things are best left forgotten. The writing was surprisingly good. A few errors, but really well done. The idea was also a good one. The execution though, left a lot to be desired. The plot, however, was minimal. I…