Book Review: Monsters of L.A. – Author Lisa Morton

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Monsters of L.A. by Lisa Morton (Bad Moon Books) In these pages you’ll find the dark stars you grew up watching: Frankenstein, Dracula, Mr. Hyde, the Phantom, the Hunchback…all the silent ones and the first to find their voices are here, and they’re even presented in roughly the order in which they first appeared on a silver screen. The Haunted House of the ‘30s gives way to the Werewolf of the ‘40s, the Monsters of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Red Empire – Author Joe McKinney

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The Red Empire by Joe McKinney Bad Moon Books Hell to Pay The Red Empire is the U.S. Army’s secret weapon against insurgents the world over. A gigantic colony of inch long, super-intelligent fire ants, The Red Empire is capable of fighting any enemy, no matter where they’re hiding. But when the military transport tasked with delivering this weapon washes out in a flash flood along the Texas-Mexico border, and the ants are loosed upon … Continue reading

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

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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 years with her husband James, a poet, and their cat Barney. They ran the small … Continue reading

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Book Review: Heart Of Glass – Author David Winnick

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HEART OF GLASS by David Winnick (Bad Moon Books) Time has not been kind to Adam and Sonia’s marriage. They have drifted away from each other and barely speak anymore. On a trip to the local antiques mall, Adam finds a jigsaw puzzle made of clear glass. He believes that working on the puzzle together may help with their problems. However the puzzle has a strange hold on Adam, and what he thought might bring … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ursa Major – Author John R. Little

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URSA MAJOR by John R. Little (Bad Moon Books) A peaceful camping trip turns ugly as a step-father and daughter come face to face with a blood thirsty, mindless force. What happens when you have to make decisions that have no pleasant options? It has the same kind of scary as The Terminator. You know, like being chased by a relentless pursuer, a heartless android…who is getting closer, closer, the ending inevitable”. From the introduction … Continue reading

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Book Review: Alice On The Shelf – Author Bill Gauthier

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ALICE ON THE SHELF by Bill Gauthier (Bad Moon Books) “Where’s Alice? Down the Rabbit Hole.When Brad awakens with this question on his lips but his friend Miranda on his mind, a sense of unease fills him. When he finds she isn’t home, and a strange visitor is outside her house looking for a missing pocket watch, Brad knows something is amiss. The world is familiar but different. Storybooks, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and fantasies … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bone Tree – Author Christopher Fulbright

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THE BONE TREE by Christopher Fulbright (Bad Moon Books) Above a Civil War graveyard in the backwoods of Texas, Kevin and Bobby’s treehouse was their haven against the world. But the day Tom Plecker comes screaming through the creek below, terrified of a shadow man, that all changes. Walking Tom home they see it — the tree, its branches twisted like the pain-wracked frame of a fleshless corpse, knotty snarls of bone-white wood clawing the … Continue reading

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