Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering

Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering

Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering I was first introduced to Rachel Autumn Deering in the anthology Welcome to the Show, in which her short story bounced around in my head for some weeks, primarily because, unique among a big-names horror anthology, her story contained...
Storberry by Dan Padavona

Storberry by Dan Padavona

Storberry by Dan Padavona This was the debut novel for Dan Padavona.  That’s irritating, because you’d never know it.  The review here is simple: the Kindle price is low, and this is a good-sized novel on par with Salem’s Lot.  Go get some. The setting is mid-1980s...
Ruined (The Hunger #4) by Jason Brant

Ruined (The Hunger #4) by Jason Brant

Ruined (The Hunger #4) by Jason Brant The Hunger series is, or was, a trilogy charting the rise of an average schlub, if not an outright loser—a chunky, middle-aged, vaguely “survival stupid” American everyman who relies on (really) dumb luck, sarcasm, and an...
The Faithful by Matt Hayward

The Faithful by Matt Hayward

The Faithful by Matt Hayward Matt Hayward is an Irish musician who has hit the horror scene fast and hard in the past couple of years.  His third novel, The Faithful, gives the audience a shot of careful, clean, descriptive prose on par with many a twenty-book...