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The Dead of Winter

by Catherine Thureson

This atmospheric horror novel offers pleasant chills to readers looking for a good, realistic scare. A. B. Gibson’s "The Dead of Winter" utilizes vivid settings and intriguing plot developments in the service of an often scary tale.... Read More

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Lucifer's Son

by Kristine Morris

This imaginative, dark fantasy explores the innate depravity in the hearts of men. Sergey Mavrodi’s dark fantasy, Lucifer’s Son: The Temptation Chronicles, Book One, lays bare the depravity of the human heart as everyday men make... Read More

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Monsterland

by Scott Neuffer

As much fun as "Monsterland" is, Cash peppers the narrative with real-life significance. What if vampires, werewolves, and zombies aren’t the monsters we’ve made them out to be? What if the human heart is more monstrous than anything... Read More

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All-Day Breakfast

by Gary Presley

These zombies crave bacon, not brains, in a humorous adventure ripe with keen social observations. Adam Lewis Schroeder’s latest, "All-Day Breakfast", latches onto the modern zombie fascination and spins a sardonically humorous... Read More

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Water Ghosts

by Susan Waggoner

An ancient Chinese junk packed with delinquent teens and ghosts alike sets off on a dangerous voyage in this fantastic book. Adventure on the high seas, a Chinese ghost hungry for life, and a setting that’s as dangerous as it is... Read More

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Peripheral

by Scott Neuffer

"Peripheral" showcases an impressive range of human emotions and the unsparing dark imagination of its author. A flash of something in the distance, real or imagined, catches the eyes of the characters in Sylvester Pilgrim’s short... Read More

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