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Book Review: Girrrl – Author Devin Govaere

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Girrrl By: Devin Govaere Samhain Publishing 91 Pages “Surrounded by fears. And all of them real.” Kelly Carter isn’t your typical ten year old girl. On the surface she may seem like your ordinary, everyday American youth. Yet some most prominent fears plague the girl’s mind. Fear of the dark, water, and monsters nearly cripple her for regular, healthy summer ...

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Book Review: Agony – Author E. Michael Lewis

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Agony By: E. Michael Lewis Samhain Publishing 45 Pages “I did it because they deserved it. I did it because I deserved it.” The Twin Lakes mall seems like your everyday, ordinary locale for browsers, teens and shoppers. Although the merchants grounds wasn’t always the site for serenity and spending. Thomas “Agony” Agonetti had once prowled the center, abducting young ...

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Book Review: Winterwood – Author JG Faherty

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Winterwood From the Childhood Fears Collection By: JG Faherty Samhain Publishing 74 Pages There’s nothing more Anders Bach loves than a good, gripping story with a moral. For years he’s shared his tales with his daughter and now his grandchildren. His old tales of Winterwood are intended more for a cautionary message rather than a morbid ghost tale. Anna, his ...

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Book Review: Anatomy of Evil – Author Brian Pinkerton

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Anatomy of Evil By: Brian Pinkerton Samhain Publishing 207 Pages When a group of life-long friends embark upon an exotic vacation getaway for a little recreational fishing they soon find out their tropical paradise has much more sinister, unholy connotations than they could have ever imagined. Anatomy of Evil will mark the inaugural reading journey I’ve undertaken with author Brian ...

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Book Review: Doppelganger – Author Sean Munger

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Doppelganger By: Sean Munger Samhain Publishing 208 Pages Anine Atherton seems to have acquired what every fair maiden in the late 1800’s has dreamed of. After marrying a successful, handsome gentleman suitor, her groom emigrates with her from her native land Sweden to New York. Settling in a breath taking home newly procured specifically for the newlyweds, all seems like ...

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Book Review: The Pendle Curse – Author Catherine Cavendish

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The Pendle Curse By: Catherine Cavendish Samhain Publishing 202 Pages While Laura Phillips is grieving over her late husband Rich her world is coming completely undone. She questions if the things she hears and sees are truly there, an episode of the supernatural or her exhausted imagination. At the encouragement of her dearest friend she takes a trip as form ...

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Book Review: The Nightmare Girl – Author Jonathan Janz (R2)

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The Nightmare Girl By: Jonathan Janz Samhain Publishing 247 Pages After a Good Samaritan intervenes in a public episode of child abuse he soon realizes he’s bitten off more than he can chew. The perpetrators have a relentless intent on seeking revenge in the most unholiest of fashions. The Nightmare Girl marks the inaugural reading endeavor I’ve undertaken for author ...

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Book Review: Exponential – Author Adam Cesare

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I can’t remember the last straight-up monster book that I’ve read. Probably some book about Bigfoot or something when I was younger. It’s not even that I don’t like the creature features, but more that my tastes usually lay in a more reality-centered realm, where there are far more serial killers and devil-worshippers than there are monsters hiding in the ...

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Book Review: The Summer Job – Author Adam Cesare

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Adam Cesare is the horror author that fans of horror movies should love. He’s already got a Deodato-style cannibal novel (Tribesmen), an homage to 1980’s horror (Video Night), and even a Creepshow-esque collaboration with Matt Serafini (author of the werewolf novel Feral) called All-Night Terror. He has also written for Fangoria, a little horror magazine that may be familiar to ...

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John Everson’s NightWhere Released

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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: Dead Of Winter – Author Brian Moreland

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Dead Of Winter by Brian Moreland (Samhain Publishing) A predator stalks the frozen woods. At a fort deep in the Ontario wilderness in 1870, a ghastly predator is attacking colonists and spreading a gruesome plague—his victims turn into ravenous cannibals with an unending hunger for human flesh. Inspector Tom Hatcher has faced a madman before, when he tracked down Montreal’s ...

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