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Errant Gods

by John M. Murray

"Errant Gods" blends science fiction, fantasy, and horror elements for a compelling adventure. An ailing cop hot on the heels of a supernatural serial killer team seeks to rescue his family in "Errant Gods" by Erik Henry Vick, a unique,... Read More

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Two Bodies One Soul

by Eva Schegulla

Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers breaks with tropes of vampire stories, and does so with strength and vision. Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers by Alannah King focuses on experimentation on vampires and the nature/nurture conundrum. The... Read More

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My Pet Serial Killer

by Shana Creaney

Claire’s self-image underscores the notion that anyone could be a violent psychopath. "My Pet Serial Killer", by Michael J. Seidlinger, is an unsettling and deeply graphic thriller focusing on the overlap between sex and violence.... Read More

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Paperbacks from Hell

by Matt Sutherland

As trends in genre fiction go, you’d be hard pressed to find a more indelible example than the paperback horror novels of the 1970s and 1980s. All manner of depravity, from Nazi leprechauns, psychic spawn, ghost trains, and... Read More

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The Truants

by J. G. Stinson

The images evoked in this reframing of vampire legends are both familiar and strange. Lee Markham’s cross-genre "The Truants" pulls no punches in its paradigm-shifting treatment of vampire legends. An unnamed man sits on a park bench... Read More

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Fracking Dinosaurs

by Delia Stanley

Those who enjoy prehistoric monster stories may find it hard to swim in their local lake without wondering what lurks beneath the water. Drawing from scientific research, Native American legends, and prehistoric fossils, Dalton Mire’s... Read More

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The Haunted Trail

by Robert Foreman

"The Haunted Trail" is the product of an urgent sort of inspiration. The Haunted Trail: The War of the Dublin Woods by John C. Lukegord is a short suspense novel set in the late nineteenth century. Full of intrigue and the supernatural,... Read More

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