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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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A Debt of Survival

by John M. Murray

"A Debt of Survival" is an atmospheric novel and an engrossing entry in the horror genre. "A Debt of Survival" by L. F. Falconer examines the price of war within an incredible character-driven supernatural horror ordeal. In the idyllic... Read More

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Rain Maker

by Rose Garrett

Sumptuous characters and an enticing story are set against the harshness of the American frontier in this magical novel. Colin Martin combines love, revenge, and frontier justice with just a touch of dark magic in the stirring and... Read More

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The Ice Scream Man

by Meredith Hardwicke

There is a heartbeat that drives The Ice Scream Man, making it more than a run-of-the-mill serial-killer thriller. "The Ice Scream Man" by J. F. Salmon is a wicked and enticing portrait of a little boy turned sadistic psychopath. Young... Read More

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The Fisherman

by Catherine Thureson

"The Fisherman", with its spine-tingling pleasures, represents the best of what a horror novel can offer. "The Fisherman" unfolds with exquisite slowness as a three-part tall tale. The first portion introduces the narrator, Abe, and his... Read More

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The Staked Plains

by Vernieda Vergara

This unflinching novel focuses on a sometime psychic who is forced to make difficult choices in her declining New Mexico hometown. In "The Staked Plains", Stefan Kiesbye portrays life in a declining New Mexican town through the eyes of a... Read More

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