Book Review: Creature by Hunter Shea

Synopsis: The monsters live inside of Kate Woodson. Chronic pain and a host of autoimmune diseases have robbed her of a normal, happy life. Her husband Andrew’s surprise of their dream Maine lake cottage for the summer is the gift of a lifetime. It’s beautiful, remote, idyllic, a place to …

Book Review: The Toy Thief by D. W. Gillespie

Synopsis: Jack didn’t know what to call the nameless, skeletal creature that slunk into her house in the dead of night, stealing the very things she loved the most. So she named him The Toy Thief… There’s something in Jack’s past that she doesn’t want to face, an evil presence …

Review: Teeth Marks by Matthew Weber

Synopsis: 12 Twisted Tales from America’s Deep South! Psychotic Killers, Bloodthirsty Monsters and Ghastly Specters from Beyond the Grave! The third collection of dark fiction from Matthew Weber (A DARK & WINDING ROAD, SEVEN FEET UNDER) will grab you like a meat hook and keep you turning pages long after …

Review: 100 Fathoms Below by Steven L. Kent and Nicholas Kaufmann

This review contains spoilers Synopsis: 100 fathoms below… The depth at which sunlight no longer penetrates the ocean. 1983. The US nuclear submarine USS Roanoke embarks on a classified spy mission into Soviet waters. Their goal: to find evidence of a new, faster, and deadlier Soviet submarine that could tip …

Review: The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard

Synopsis: Will Hurley was an attractive, charming, and impressive student at Dublin’s elite St. John’s College-and Ireland’s most prolific serial killer. Having stalked his four young victims, he drowned them in the muddy waters of the Grand Canal. Sentenced to life imprisonment when he was just nineteen, Will is locked …

Review: The Mouth of the Dark by Tim Waggoner

Synopsis: Jayce’s twenty-year-old daughter Emory is missing, lost in a dark, dangerous realm called Shadow that exists alongside our own reality. An enigmatic woman named Nicola guides Jayce through this bizarre world, and together they search for Emory, facing deadly dog-eaters, crazed killers, homicidal sex toys, and – worst of …

Review: The Moor by Sam Haysom

Synopsis: ‘There’s a delightful bit of sleight-of-hand at the heart of the novel that I particularly enjoyed.’ – Owen King, co-author of Sleeping Beauties It begins with a ghost story around a campfire. Teenagers out on a walking trip, trying to act brave in front of each other. But as the …

Review: Wolf Blood by Steve Morris The Werewolf Apocalypse Begins (Lycanthropic, #1)

Synopsis: The werewolf apocalypse begins … When a wave of vicious attacks sweeps across London, there are reports of a Beast on the loose. There are fears of a Ripper stalking the streets. But the truth is more terrifying than anyone wants to admit. Werewolves are prowling the city. Hunting …