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Black Angel - Graham Masterton

I can’t remember where I found “Black Angel” by Masterton but I can remember very vividly several brutal scenes from the book. I remember saying to myself that the amount of sex and brutality showcased in Graham’s books is one of the reason there’s not many movies made out of his stories. 340 more words


The Hell Candidate - Graham Masterton

“The Hell Candidate” by Graham Masterton (who wrote it under a pseudonym) isn’t set in his usual circumstances, neither the plot follows the regular mystic, scary, unknown world of the past times. 377 more words


Forest Ghost

Kids, this is a great example of how to take a great opening, and ruin it

Written by
Graham Masterton in 2014

I have a love and hate relationship with horror.

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Mirror - Graham Masterton

Some stories just tick all your boxes despite many people telling you how bored they were or how unoriginal the story was or any other reason that comes to mind. 355 more words


WALKERS by Graham Masterton

Graham Masterton is best known for his 1975 novel The Manitou, in which a tumour growing on a woman’s back turns out to be a mystical shaman or something. 297 more words


Ritual - Graham Masterton

I find “Ritual” to be a book about deep parental love other than anything else really, the way it is written its content and author suggest that you will face some unexpected, dreadful and scary stuff, and you do find plenty of that here, but for me the deeper meaning of the book is Masterton’s will or perhaps need of talking about something a bit more down to earth, something human that we can all easily relate to. 456 more words


Family Portrait - Graham Masterton

“Family Portrait” is another book that left some pictures strongly imprinted in my mind. This book comes across as Masterson’s appreciation of Oscar Wild novel “The Picture of Dorian Gray” which Masterton skillfully involves in his story by moving the action back to XIX century as if Wilde was inspired by the action depicted in Masterton’s book. 395 more words