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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} Teeth by Kelli Owen

    All myths have a kernel of truth. The truth is: vampires are real. They’ve always been here, but only came out of hiding in the last century. They are not what Hollywood would have you believe. They are not what is written in lore or whispered by the superstitious. They look and act like humans. They live and love and die like humans. Puberty is just a bit more stressful for those with the recessive gene. And while some teenagers worry about high school, others dread their next set of teeth. Vampires are real, but in a social climate still struggling to accept that truth, do teeth alone make them…

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    {Review} The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman

    by Christopher Buehlman Published by Blackstone Audiobooks on 2014 Genres: Horror, vampires Pages: 368 Format: Audiobook Buy on Amazon Goodreads The secret is, vampires are real and I am one. The secret is, I’m stealing from you what is most truly yours and I’m not sorry— New York City in 1978 is a dirty, dangerous place to live. And die. Joey Peacock knows this as well as anybody—he has spent the last forty years as an adolescent vampire, perfecting the routine he now enjoys: womanizing in punk clubs and discotheques, feeding by night, and sleeping by day with others of his kind in the macabre labyrinth under the city’s sidewalks.…

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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…

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    {Review} Devil’s Row by Matt Serafini

    by Matt Serafini Published by Severed Press on May 19th 2015 Genres: Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Historical Fiction, Horror, vampires, werewolves Pages: 219 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads They came together for a blood hunt. Sebastian and Timothy are thief-takers driven by the lure of money, while Garrick is a soldier pursuing malevolent forces that shouldn’t exist. All of them are eager to find the rampaging she-wolf, Elisabeth Luna. Following her across the Holy Roman Empire and beyond, they clash on a mountaintop high above the Moldavian wilderness. Elisabeth is taken by surprise, mortally wounded and left for dead. Both predator and prey must navigate a war-torn land where…