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Book Review: New Moon on the Water – Author Mort Castle

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β€œI’m Scared,” she says. β€œYou don’t think so, maybe, but I am. I’m scared a lot now, even when there’s no reason.” I tell her she’ll get over it with time. I say, β€œIt’s all right.” Scared. I do not tell her, I understand. I do not say, I think maybe we all are. All the time. I bought the ...

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Book Review: The Flesh of Fallen Angels – Authors Roy C. Booth | R. Thomas Riley


I remember, back in the idealized olden days of yore long forgotten (hence the idealization) by aging brain cells, when you new exactly what you were getting when you picked up a western. Men being men while hunting down the other men who done took their wife or town hostage. Outlaws. Gun slinging sheriffs. Whore houses in trouble. It was ...

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Book Review: Day Terrors – Editors Kfir Luzzato and Dru Pagliassotti


DAY TERRORS β€œI yanked her head back by her hair and sank my teeth in her neck, crunching through her esophagus, and again, and again, chewing, swallowing, her blood washing hot over my face, my neck, feeling her spasm and die, sacrificed to the new race she had created. I dropped her corpse, a gravestone over what humanity had been. ...

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Book Review: We Have Always Lived in the Castle – Author Shirley Jackson


WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE The best works of fiction are those that absorb you to such an extent that they become a work of non-fiction, in that the world you’re drawn into is real and utterly absorbing. This is one of those memorable literary experiences. It’s a particular treat if you like your fiction dark and bewitching. ...

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