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Book Review: Charnel Wine – Author Richard Gavin

Charnel Wine by: Richard Gavin “Richard Gavin’s debut collection was one of Horror’s sleeper hits of 2004. The rapid sell-out of its entire print run resulted in Charnel Wine becoming a highly sought-after title among connoisseurs of weird fiction. Dark Regions Press is proud to present Charnel Wine: Memento Mori Edition, which contains the original collection in its entirety as …

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Book Review: A View From the Lake – Author Greg F. Gifune

A VIEW FROM THE LAKE by Greg F. Gifune (Bad Moon Books) Hell freezes over… The modest lakeside resort in the small town of Blissful Point, Massachusetts once offered an alternative to the crowded beaches of Cape Cod. Tourists rented cabins, swam, relaxed, and enjoyed the miles of surrounding forest in a peaceful and safe environment. Katherine lived there for …

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Book Review: Hunting The Moon Tribe – Author David Agranoff

HUNTING THE MOON TRIBE by David Agranoff For a thousand generations, the Dragon Slayers Society has hunted the most vile monsters across China. Thirty years ago Yuen Wong sacrificed his wife Elsa to save his new born son, Chen. They escaped China to America, and Yuen continued his search for the warrior foretold to confront the master vampire, Huwan-Tun. Erich …

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Book Review: Apartment Seven – Author Greg F. Gifune

Apartment Seven  (Kindle Edition) by Greg F. Gifune (DarkFuse) It’s Christmastime in the city, but all is not merry. Something is happening in Apartment Seven. Something evil. Charlie Cerrone thought he had it all—a loving marriage, a good job, a nice home and financial security—until the night his wife betrayed him and his entire world came crashing down. Angry and …

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John Everson’s NightWhere Released

NightWhere: leave your inhibitions (and your soul) at the door John Everson’s sixth novel (and first for the new Samhain Publishing imprint) has just been released in e-book form, and for those familiar with Everson’s past erotic horror work (released on the now-defunct Leisure Books imprint), get ready – this one trumps them all. One reader recently tweeted, “NightWhere: what …

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Book Review: The Providence Rider – Author Robert McCammon

The Providence Rider by Robert McCammon (Subterranean Press) The Providence Rider is the fourth standalone installment in the extraordinary series of historical thrillers featuring Matthew Corbett, professional problem solver. The narrative begins in the winter of 1703, with Matthew still haunted by his lethal encounter with notorious mass murderer Tyranthus Slaughter. When an unexplained series of explosions rocks his Manhattan …

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