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JUDGING BOOKS BY THEIR COVERS by Robert Essig, with Evans Light.

  JUDGING BOOKS BY THEIR COVERS (and Some Words with Evans Light) by Robert Essig We’re told not to judge a book by its cover, as if publishers purposely place unrepresentative covers on books just to grab the consumer’s attention. … Continue reading

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PUNK ROCK GHOST STORY by David Agranoff (Book Review)

PUNK ROCK GHOST STORY by David Agranoff (Deadite Press) Take an entire discography of old school punk and hardcore, a haunted van, add a dash of angry youth, a liberty Mohawk, some drugs and alcohol, and you’ve got yourself a … Continue reading

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LOST SIGNALS: An anthology (Book Review)

LOST SIGNALS: An anthology (Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing) Have you ever heard those late night radio shows that revolve around crackpot conspiracy theories, aliens, teleportation, spirits, and just about anything that puts a speculative spin on this often time mundane … Continue reading

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BLACK CAT MOJO by Adam Howe (Book Review)

BLACK CAT MOJO by Adam Howe (Comet Press) A downtrodden dwarf porn star, a couple of moronic redneck crooks who see a big payoff in a dog’s ass, an ex-gangster living in witness protection who is conned by a kid, … 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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FURNACE by Joseph Williams (Book Review)

FURNACE by Joseph Williams (Severed Press) When Lieutenant Michael Chalmers, navigator of the Rockne Hummel spaceship, wakes up early from hyper-sleep to find the ship is off course, things are tense, but are only heating up. Forced to take the … Continue reading

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Through the In Between, Hell Awaits by Robert Essig (Book review)

Through the In Between, Hell Awaits by Robert Essig (Grand Mal Press) If books had a soundtrack it would only be fitting if AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell” was the lead single for this explosive tale of a demonic battle that … Continue reading

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