Posts Tagged ‘Angela Crawford’

Infernal Interview – Shaun Jeffrey Author of Killers, The Kult, Deadfall, Fangtooth and Evilution

Interview by Angela Crawford: Shaun Jeffrey is a man after my own heart. His writing touches on several of my fears/fantasies with sea-creatures and zombies. I would list Fangtooth as a must read by anyone who loves horror or the ocean. Among his 30-plus writing credits are short stories published in Surreal Magazine, Dark Discoveries, [...]

Infernal Interview – Jeremy Robinson Author of Kronos, Sentinel and The Raven

  Interview by Angela Crawford: Everybody has certain authors they love, for me this list includes Stephen King, Robert McCammon, Jonathan Maberry, and Jeremy Robinson. I have been a rabid fan from the first book I read by him, Kronos. I absolutely have to have any book he writes as soon as it’s released. So [...]

Infernal Interview – John Everson

Interview by Angela Crawford: When you sit down to read a book, you want it to carry you away. With John Everson that’s exactly what you get. After getting lost in a few of John’s books I had to know more about him. So sit back and let me introduce you ( or re-introduce ) [...]

Infernal Interview – Fatman Butter (Steve Byrne)

Interview by Angela Crawford: I met Fatman Butter one dark and stormy night in a jazz club full of smooth and smoky tunes,,,,, Just kidding I did however meet Steve Byrne when I reviewed his awesome book Devil’s Seed, you can find the review here and you can find the Amazon page here. With the [...]

Serial Killers – Dean Corll: The Real Candyman Murders

Research by Angela Crawford: Dean Arnold Corll (December 24, 1939 – August 8, 1973) was an American serial killer who (with two young accomplices named David Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley) abducted, raped, tortured, and murdered a minimum of 28 boys in a series of killings spanning from 1970 to 1973 in Houston, Texas. The [...]

Book Review – Wolf Hunter by J.L. Benet

The legacy of Nazi created werewolves in present day America comes to light in Wolf Hunter. Check out Angela’s review by following the LINK  

Book Review – Among the Living by Timothy W. Long

Zombies in Seattle? Could Starbucks be the cause of the zombie apocalypse? Starbucks has nothing to do with this novel, but if you want to read the review, follow the LINK here

Book Review – High Moor by Graeme Reynolds

Bizarre animal attacks and long forgotten horrors of childhood are the foundation this werewolf novel is built upon. Do you like something nice and furry to cuddle up to on a full moon? Follow the LINK to find out more.

Book Review – Long Black Coffin by Tim Curran

The Long Black Coffin is a ’67 GTO. A street-eater and a life-taker.. . . Do you like your horror with four wheels and an engine? Check out Angela’s review at this LINK

Book Review – Swan Song by Robert McCammon

Angela has a new review of the classic novel that some believe to be the best of McCammon’s career. (This is the cover I have and it is the one I like the most.) To get her take on it follow the LINK