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Lucid Screams by Red Lagoe #BookReview

Monsters take many forms—mythical creature, human, inner demon, fear… When confronted by such savage beasts, the vulnerability of humanity is often exposed. These sixteen horror…

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Little Paranoias by Sonora Taylor #BookReview

Is it a knock on the door, or a gust of wind? A trick of the light, or someone who’ll see what you’ve done? “Little…

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Let’s Play White by Chesya Burke #BookReview

White brings with it dreams of respect, of wealth, of simply being treated as a human being. It’s the one thing Walter will never be.…

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Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro #BookReview

British Fantasy Award-winning author, and Shirley Jackson Award finalist Laura Mauro, a leading voice in contemporary dark fiction, delivers a remarkable debut collection of startling…

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Licking the Devil’s Horn by Renee Miller #BookReview

Licking the Devil’s Horn Three terrifying, suspenseful stories of lust, disgust, and pain. “Church”: Ray is a Christian, but he loves a woman who follows…

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Darkness and Bloodshed by Lennie Grace #BookReview

A collection of spooky short stories to keep readers up at night! This volume contains:  Blood Moon: A woman is attacked by a giant dog while…


Wakeful Children by S.P. Oldham #BookReview

Wakeful Children is a collection of highly imaginative and inventive short stories. The oak sways gently, a shiver shimmers its way from roots to tip. A…

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Wounds: Six Stories from the Border of Hell #BookReview

A gripping collection of six stories of terror—including the novella “The Visible Filth,” the basis for the upcoming major motion picture—by Shirley Jackson Award–winning author…


Dreaming at the Top of My Lungs by Israel Finn #BookReview

Twelve Dark Tales From The Mind Of Israel Finn:  -A man who is faced with the prospect of losing the most important thing in his…


Destination Death by Chris Liberty #BookReview

They say deep in the dark, unexplored woods of the United States exist monsters that creep in the night; some living, others not, yet still…

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