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The Dolls By J .C. Martin

The Dolls by J C Martin Will Scare You   In The Dolls by J C Martin, Joyce Parker and her daughter, Taylor, visit an eerie tourist attraction on an island in Mexico where hundreds of decomposing dolls hang from … Continue reading

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I Am Legend Is A Legend In Horror

I Am Legend by Richard Matheson- A forerunner of The Walking Dead Many notable horror authors rank Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend as one of their top ten horror novels of all time. However, if you crave a lot of … Continue reading

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The Troop By Nick Cutter

Nick Cutter’s novel, The Troop is “deeply disturbing.” I am a hardened connoisseur and writer of the horror genre and I was delightfully appalled by the no holds barred, gut wrenching plot the author provided in one of the most … Continue reading

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Seed By Ania Ahlborn

Seed by Ania Ahlborn Is Scary  In Seed by Ania Ahlborn, Jack Winter totals his ancient Saturn when he veers abruptly to avoid something strange crossing the road in front of his car. The accident, even with his wife and … Continue reading

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Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King

The King of Horror hits a grand slam with Full Dark, No Stars   Stephen King has long been one of my favorite authors, and in “Full Dark No Stars,” I’m happy to say Steve, as he likes to be called, … Continue reading

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Off Season by Jack Ketchum

Off Season by Jack Ketchum Packs A Bloody Wallop One of the covers of Jack Ketchum’s novel Off Season claims it is “the ultimate horror novel” and after reading it, I agree. This no holds barred, take no prisoners, gruesome … Continue reading

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Afraid By Jack Kilborn Has Heads That Roll

Afraid By Jack Kilborn Has Heads That Roll, Literally In my view, Afraid by Jack Kilborn is a well-written, relentlessly fast paced horror novel. It is not for children or squeamish adults. People are hacked apart and brutally tortured. Fingers … Continue reading

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Heart-Shaped Box By Joe Hill Rocks

After reading several favorable reviews of Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill and learning he is the second son of Stephen King, the iconic master of the genre, I decided to give Heart Shaped Box a try. Right from the start, … Continue reading

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Watchers by Dean Koontz

Watchers by Dean Koontz Rocks In Watchers by Dean Koontz, Travis Connell is a depressed man, who believes he is a jinx to anyone who cares for him. Travis wanders into the wilderness contemplating suicide. A golden retriever befriends him … Continue reading

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The Wolf Gift By Anne Rice

The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice Has Fangs Instead of Teeth Reuben Golding is a young reporter for a local San Francisco newspaper who visits a secluded, historic mansion set in the ancient woods of the Northern California coast to … Continue reading

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