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Book Review: Generation Ex-D | Edited by: Rebecca Rowland

Generation Ex-D Edited by: Rebecca Rowland Dark Ink Books 348 Pages An anthology of tales revolving around the central theme of Generation X horror origins. Prose and foes from twenty-two separate authors contribute to this cornucopia of paranormal, slashers and psychological thrillers. Oh, my! I’ve become a colossal fan of collections of themed horror in recent times. Quite often it …

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Book Review: Jewish Book of Horror | Edited by Josh Schlossberg

Jewish Book of Horror Edited by Josh Schlossberg Denver Horror Collective 358 Pages “Dedicated to the persecuted throughout history and the world.” An anthology consisting of twenty-five contributions, each perpetually bound with the common theme of cultural phenomena, folklore, legend and macabre oppression. I’ll be the very first to go on record I’m more than a little embarrassed at just …

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Book Review: Night of the Undead Whores – Author Eric Kapitan

Night of the Undead Whores By Eric Kapitan 65 Pages The ballad of Aaron and the symphony of destruction orchestrated from the most hideous of composition. His unrelenting lust for carnal mayhem and blood knows no bounds. When his darkened mentor Bob begins to eclipse his own reality, Aaron soon realizes his evil deeds come with unfathomed consequences. Night of …

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Book Review: Helminth – Author S. Alessandro Martinez

Helminth By S. Alessandro Martinez Omnium Gatherum Media 273 Pages When young grieving widow Abby struggles to cope with the loss of her husband she succumbs to the inevitable feeling of perpetual sorrow. Attempting any and all provisions to endure the journey of bereavement, she also has to grapple with the haunting flashbacks of witnessing the love of her life …

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Book Review: Tombstone Teeth and Other Horrors | Author E.G. Rand

Tombstone Teeth and Other Horrors By E.G. Rand 50 Pages A collection of four short stories under the genre of contemporary horror and not so conventional fears. Since the pandemic had unleashed upon our society in early 2020, we have all been prompted to make some radical changes. Whether these changes are temporary, extreme, or perpetual could vary as much …

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Book Review: To Dust You Shall Return | Author Fred Venturini

To Dust You Shall Return By Fred Venturini Turner Publishing Company 364 Pages There is something dreadfully amiss about the sleepy town of Harlow. Each of the residents have an allegiance to the leader border lining unholy or unearthly proportions. Their leader, simply known as The Mayor seemingly has the population under his sinister spell. Curtis Quinn, a man with …

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