Posts Tagged ‘Frank Errington’

Book Review – The Way of All Flesh by Tim Waggoner

Review by Frank Errington: From his fitting dedication to “John Russo, Father of the Living Dead,” right through to the unexpected ending, Tim Waggoner weaves a zombie tale like none other. The Way of All Flesh tells the story of David Croft, a father, ex-husband, twin and, oh yes, he’s a zombie.

Book Review – R/T/M by Sean Douglas

Review by Frank Errington: R/T/M stands for Rape/Torture/Murder and it’s all there and much of it is horribly disgusting. I ask myself, “Why would you even choose to read something so morally reprehensible?” The fact that I even have such conversations with myself may answer that question. It all started when writer Kit Power gave [...]

Book Review – Till Death Do Us Part edited by Scott Lefebvre

Review by Frank Errington: I love it when I get a chance to read authors I’m not familiar with and come away with a sense of having discovered something valuable. Like it used to feel, back in the 80s, when my youngest son and I would buy a box of baseball cards and discover a [...]

Book Review – White by Tim Lebbon

Review by Frank Errington: British Horror and Dark Fantasy author, Tim Lebbon, has started a new ebook venture he’s calling Dreaming In Fire Press, mostly as a way to get stuff that’s been sitting around out to readers. His first release is White, initially published nearly fifteen years ago and a winner of the British [...]

Book Review – Hell’s Door by Sandy DeLuca

Review by Frank Errington: A serial killer is stalking Providence, killing mostly prostitutes. Detectives Lacey Powers and John Demmings have a pretty good idea who’s responsible, but lack evidence to make an arrest. They go undercover to keep a close eye on the proprietor of Hell’s Door, Ramsey Wolfe, a notorious pimp who rules her [...]

Book Review – The Hungry 5: All Hell Breaks Loose by Steven W. Booth & Harry Shannon

Review by Frank Errington: Penelope Jean Miller, Sheriff of Flat Rock County, Nevada, is back and still fighting to stay alive, but this time Penny is fighting more than zombies. She and her rag-tag band of zombie fighters are also trying to remain one step ahead of the people who caused the disaster in the [...]

Book Review – Dead West – Book One: Those Poor, Poor Bastards by Tim Marquitz, J. M. Martin and Kenny Soward

Review by Frank Errington: Nina Weaver and her Pa have come to Coburn Station to trade for supplies. They barely leave town with their lives. Dead West – Book One: Those Poor, Poor Bastards opens with a bit of a ruckus that quickly erupts into full-blown chaos. I’ve read a lot of Zombie tales over [...]

Book Review – Corrosion by Jon Bassoff

Review by Frank Errington: I’ve long been a believer in strong opening lines and Jon Bassoff delivers in this, his first published novel. “I was less than 20 miles from the Mountain when the engine gave out, smoke billowed from the hood, and Red Sovine stopped singing.” Corrosion is full of good writing and features [...]

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 – Dark Lightning: Fifty Flashes of Fearsome Fiction by Kevin G. Bufton

Review by Frank Errington: There is a very real challenge to writing flash fiction. How does one manage to create a beginning, middle and an end to a story in such an economy of words? Sometimes in fewer than 100 words? Think it’s easy? Try it sometime. Author, Kevin G. Bufton, manages to pull off [...]