Posts Tagged ‘4.5 Stars’

Book Review – Project Maigo by Jeremy Robinson

Review by Angela C.: BOSTON IS IN RUINS Jon Hudson, head of the Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center – Paranormal division, is haunted by Boston’s destruction at the hands of Nemesis, a three-hundred-foot tall monster with the heart of a murdered little girl, Maigo. In the time since Boston fell and Nemesis retreated to [...]

Book Review – Things Slip Through by Kevin Lucia

Review by Angela C.: From the book description: Meet Chris Baker, the new sheriff of the quiet Adirondack town of Clifton Heights. As one inexplicable case after another forces him to confront the townsfolk in The Skylark Diner, it’s the furtive Gavin Patchett that hands Chris a collection of not-so-fictional short stories that tumbles him [...]

Book Review – Crooked House by Joe McKinney

Review by Frank Errington: Robert Bell needs a break and it’s come in the form of a job opportunity from his friend, Thom Horner, who is now the head of the English Department at the prestigious Lightner University in San Antonio. After his sudden departure from the University of Florida where he had a meltdown [...]

Book Review – Omega by Jeremy Robinson with Kane Gilmour

Review by Angela C.: From the description: Jack Sigler, Callsign: King, field leader for a black ops organization known as Endgame, is accustomed to feeling capable of handling most any situation. It is a confidence forged in the fires of battle against both monsters and madmen. But the introduction of Asya, a sister he never [...]

Book Review – Violet Eyes by John Everson

Review by Angela C.: Their bites are more than deadly… The small town near the Everglades was supposed to offer Rachel and her son a fresh start. Instead it offered the start of a nightmare, when an unknown breed of flies migrated through the area, leaving painful bites in their wake. The media warned people [...]

Book Review – Rose Of Sharon by Gary A. Braunbeck

Review by Angela C.: This selection of short fiction by award-winning author Gary A.Braunbeck is a haunting and evocative collection, plumbing the heights and depths of the human spirit. Braunbeck writes of everyday people, with everyday joys and tragedies. He channels his fellow Ohioans Bradbury and Serling, writing passionate and beautiful prose which challenges the [...]

Book Review – Lily Dean by Lori Safranek

Review by Angela C.: Steiner’s Sideshow is short on performers until a little whirlwind named Lily Dean sweeps through and proves a snake charmer can make it in the freak show! Lily and her snakes put on a great show and she has special powers that began when she was a child. Marie the Fat [...]

Book Review -Great British Horror Vol. 1

Review by Angela C.: A new Indie horror omnibus of eight complete novels and novellas, featuring the United Kingdom’s heaviest hitters in the genre, with all proceeds being donated to Centrepoint, a UK based charity that cares for homeless children. Acclaimed writer G.R. Yeates builds terror upon terror, as three friends are drawn back to [...]

Book Review – Dog Days/ Deadly Passage by Joe McKinney/ Sanford Allen

Review by Frank Errington: I’m a big fan of JournalStone’s DoubleDown series which is modeled after the old Ace doubles. You read one story, flip the book over and read another. Plus, there’s the idea of pairing an established author with a relative newcomer. And although the stories are not of a shared world or [...]

Dark Review – Naima Haviland’s The Bad Death

Passion rules the heart and terror rules the night… South Carolina, 1788. The African beauty emerging from his family crypt is a stranger to Julian Mouret, the refined owner of Lion’s Court plantation. A dancer and a mystery, she spins a strange, dark, and impossible tale of peril and flight. Though he fears she must [...]