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THE TALE OF SAWNEY BEAN: A CANNIBAL HORROR STORY by Kevin J. Kennedy

It’s a *Shpadoinkle* book!

As the huge horror fan that I claim to be, I’m ashamed to admit that I didn’t know the name Sawney Bean ::hangs head in shame:: 243 more words

Book Reviews

Post Mortem e004 - I Don't Think So, Tim! (Top 5 Power Tool Deaths)

Dom and JD return to the B-Ward to discuss necrophilia, evil dentists, and power tool deaths that don’t involve chainsaws. Basically, all the things that “the kids” are into these days. 29 more words

Ramsey Campbell, Jack Ketchum, + Tales From the Lake Vol.2 Review

Written by: Paula Limbaugh

Are you ready to test the waters again? Tales from The Lake Vol. 2 from Crystal Lake Publishing is now out! Once again, we are given an eclectic collection to peruse. 427 more words

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February 2016 Reading Wrap-Up

So, I didn’t read all that much in the month of February… 

I only made it through 4 books—1 middle grade novel, 2 adult non-fictions, and 1 adult thriller. 648 more words

Book Review

The Girl Next Door, by John Ketchum

Let me start off by saying that I have read horror novels. I’ve read classics horrors and horror novels that have warning labels printed on them for gore or extreme content but I have never come across a book as disturbing and gritty as The Girl Next Door. 386 more words

Book Review

New review of Suspended in Dusk

I was alerted to another review of Suspended in Dusk that I thought I’d share.  It’s very exciting and humbling to know the books is out there, still being enjoyed by readers.   314 more words

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Olivia from Jack Ketchum review

By Dan Hawkins

Prasanna Paul’s Olivia (2013) is a heartbreaking adaptation of Jack Ketchum’s short story come monologue of the same name. This short showcases the beauty of embracing those from other walks of life – honing in on the innocence and nostalgic melancholy of love before highlighting a monstrous prejudice at the heart of today’s society. 287 more words