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Author: Tracy

Tracy joined Sc-Fi and Scary in September 2018. She reviews horror books for the site and bemoans our general lack of grammar, but puts up with us because she loves us anyway. Feel free to reach out on Twitter and Instagram at @tracy_reads79, or on Goodreads as well!

Tracy is also part of the Ladies of Horror Fiction crew.

Searching for Sycorax by Kinitra D. Brooks #BookReview

Searching for Sycorax highlights the unique position of Black women in horror as both characters and creators. Kinitra D. Brooks creates a racially gendered critical…

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The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward #BookReview

Catriona Ward’s The Last House on Needless Street is a shocking and immersive read. Perfect for fans of Gone Girl and The Haunting of Hill…


When the Reckoning Comes by LaTanya McQueen #BookReview

When the Reckoning Comes is a haunting novel about a black woman who returns to her hometown for a plantation wedding and the horror that…

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Come With Me by Ronald Malfi #BookReview

A masterful, heart-palpitating novel of small-town horror and psychological dread from a Bram Stoker nominee. Aaron Decker’s life changes one December morning when his wife…

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Transmuted by Eve Harms #BookReview

Her doctor is giving her the body of his dreams…and her nightmares. Isa is a micro-celebrity who rarely shows her face. She can’t wait to…

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Bath Haus by P.J. Vernon #BookReview

Oliver Park, a young recovering addict from Indiana, finally has everything he ever wanted: sobriety and a loving, wealthy partner in Nathan, a prominent DC…

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Beneath A Pale Sky by Philip Fracassi #BookReview

Beneath A Pale Sky collects eight stories of horror, including two original novellettes, that will take you from the high-security ward of a mental hospital…

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Malignant Summer by Tim Meyer #BookReview

It’s 1998 in Hooperstown, New Jersey and people are getting sick. Some citizens blame the local chemical plant. A select few believe something far more…

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Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon #BookReview

One of our most iconic childhood games receives a creepy twist as it becomes the gateway to a nightmare world. I went up the hill,…

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