Monthly Archives: May 2016

ZERO SAINTS by Gabino Iglesias (Book Review)

ZERO SAINTS by Gabino Iglesias (Broken River Books) There are no saints here! I read a lot of books and tend to find that four or five books a year are that good that I can’t put them down. ZERO … Continue reading

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THE VAMPIRE OF PLAINFIELD by Kristopher Rufty (Book Review)

THE VAMPIRE OF PLAINFIELD by Kristopher Rufty (Sinister Grin Press) There’s a line drawn in the sand. If you look closely you can see it and then if you open your eyes just enough you can see people standing on … Continue reading

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The Final Cut by Jasper Bark (Book Review)

THE FINAL CUT by Jasper Bark (Crystal Lake Publishing) Jasper Bark knows about the pain a creative person puts into their work in order to see it come to life; the blood, sweat, and tears that an artist mashes together … Continue reading

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SCAVENGERS by Nate Southard (Book Review)

SCAVENGERS by Nate Southard (Sinister Grin Press) This is the story of mankind’s plight against the surmounting and inevitable terror of starvation, the burden of survival and the finality of death. And just like death, Nate Southard’s take on the … Continue reading

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The Bad Game by Adam Millard (Book Review)

THE BAD GAME by Adam Millard Adam Millard’s latest novel from Sinister Horror Company, THE BAD GAME, is the best of pulp horror fiction with undeniably gripping B-movie atmosphere. Think Children of the Corn meets Night of the Living Dead … Continue reading

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