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Curse of the Ladderman by Angela Archer #BookReview

Three friends. One game. Who will survive? After surviving a knife attack in London, Rik Slater moves with his pregnant wife, Becky, to what he…

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Sleep in the Dust of the Earth by Anthony Haines #BookReview

Sometimes they come back angry … Ace’s life is satisfying in an ordinary sort of way. At twenty-five he’s deeply in love with his wife…

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Scenes from the Carnival Lounge by Michael J. Picco #BookReview

What scares you? Let’s consider fear for a moment…Fear strikes in many ways. It titillates and terrifies. It can be prosaic or sublime. It’s grim,…

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The Kali Krew Presents: Bookish Brush Offs and Insults

The week before last we presented you, our dear readers, with romantic lines suitable to woo the ‘worm in your life or local bookstore. If…

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Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings #BookReview

All passengers, please prepare for departure… An employee, a cop, and five prisoners; a prisoner, a stowaway, and a madman. These are the people waiting…

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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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In the Valley of the Sun by Andy Davidson #BookReview

Travis Stillwell spends his nights searching out women in West Texas honky-tonks. What he does with them doesn’t make him proud, just quiets the demons…


What Did Miss Darrington See? edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson #BookReview

Winner of a 1989 Lambda Literary Award, this collection of twenty-four entertaining and haunting 19th-and 20th-century tales from the US, Britain, and Latin America reclaims…

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