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Book Review: Terror Byte by J. R. Park

Detective Norton is thought to be one of London’s best detectives but lately he is a haunted man. Just weeks ago his girlfriend was murdered leaving him with nothing but the job which he focuses on relentlessly. 179 more words


Movie Review: The Shape of Water

Today on the blog, Anne will be reviewing the new Guillermo del Toro movie, The Shape of Water.

5 out of 5 Stars!

First off, I have a confession to make and that is I am a huge Guillermo del Toro fan so I might be slightly biased. 213 more words

The Unmaker: an original short story based on Clive Barker's 'Nightbreed'

I love short stories.  The short bleakness of Raymond Carver’s work shaped my great love of them when I was 19 and doing my BA in English.  5,368 more words

Robin Goodfellow

Arthur Machen’s Weird Reputation

In this week’s Dispatches from The Secret Library, Dr Oliver Tearle salutes the Welsh wizard of horror fiction

Arthur Machen (1863-1947) is one of those writers who seem destined to fall in and out of fashion. 950 more words


Book Review: The Family Tree by John Everson

Everson is at his best when he can write a compelling story that mixes horror with sex and in The Family Tree there is a lot of sex. 330 more words


More fiction--novels--novellas--novelettes

Novels, novellas and a novelette available from Crossroad Press, Uninvited Books, Night to Dawn Books, Alban Lake (novelette) and Damnation Books .

From Crossroad Press… 96 more words

Dark Fantasy

BOOK RADAR: "Cry Your Way Home" by Damien Angelica Walters

Colleague and semi-local-to-me author Damien Angelica Walters has a new collection out. Some of the pieces I have read before they were collected in CRY YOUR WAY HOME  (Apex Book Company) 143 more words

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