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Amber Hollow

by Delia Stanley

The supernatural events that plague the residents of Amber Hollow make this a unique and thrilling story. In Edgar Swamp’s horror novel "Amber Hollow", a town’s inhabitants are cursed to suffer until justice is served. Detectives... Read More

Book Review

Dead Girls

by Claire Foster

Abigail Tarttelin’s "Dead Girls" is an ultra creepy, occult-tinged horror story. Focused on a missing girl, it shows that the wild places of childhood are not all magical and good. Billie—who likes Slater from Saved by the Bell,... Read More

Book Review

One by One

by John M. Murray

In D. W. Gillespie’s unsettling novel "One by One", a family falls prey to a house’s malevolence as they struggle to stay together. The Eastons thought they found the perfect fixer-upper when they bought an isolated, strange old... Read More

Book Review

The Art of Dying

by Delia Stanley

"The Art of Dying" blends drama and horror for a disturbing and gripping thriller. In Derik Cavignano’s thrilling crime drama "The Art of Dying", a determined detective looks for an arrogant and cruel killer while dealing with gang... Read More

Book Review

Chop Shop

by John M. Murray

In Andrew Post’s thrilling and unsettling novel "Chop Shop", characters are sent into a churning mass of violence and gore. Ex-con Frank Goode returns to his medical roots, operating out of his kitchen for various criminal elements.... Read More

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A Hawk in the Woods

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

“Like anyone on the uphill side of middle age,” newscaster Abigail Waite had “secretly harbored a hope that she was unique in all the world and the day would never come for her.” But she’s just been diagnosed with stage III... Read More

Book Review

Nation of the Beasts

by Delia Stanley

"Nation of the Beasts" is a bewitching fantasy novel—both bold and exciting. Mariana Palova’s "Nation of the Beasts" is a supernatural coming-of-age story, full of action and family bonds. Ever since he was a child, Elisse could see... Read More

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