Horror

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“The Grand Dark doesn’t rise above the pulpy, overwrought drama of the eponymous theater’s productions.

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The Ghost Clause by Howard Norman is a novel about intellectuals. Or rather, it’s a novel about marriage and American village life as seen through intellectual eyes.

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“The author has taken the isolation of the Okefenokee Swamp and magnified it into a story of dread, fear, and supernatural inevitability.”

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The Substitution Order is a good legal thriller with enjoyable characters and a dilly of a situation faced by the main character.

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“Well written if graphic, Dust Devils is further evidence that Jonathan Janz’s star will continue rising among contemporary horror writer greats.”

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“Any reader who likes the literary convention of placing real-life people in fictional situations will wholeheartedly enjoy Stoker’s Wilde.”

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“The scope of Camp’s mythological knowledge continues to be impressive, even as he builds a cosmos that is distinctly his own.”

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“Whether for a light read or deeper introspection, this book offers intriguing insights and opinions into the reasons why the creation of a 19th century teenaged author has become a referen

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“A skillful blending of paranormal horror with a political thriller.”

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“As the first novel of an award-winning short story writer, In the Midst of the Sea makes an impressive debut.”

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“Carrying McGuire’s signature voice, Middlegame takes the reader through fantastic yet dark childhoods that blossom into a grim, powerful godhood.

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“New terrors are what Kiernan offers, for worse, but for transformative worse.”

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“As with all other Jonathan Janz’s novels, this one is a definite winner!” 

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Days by Moonlight is a trip down the rabbit hole to a Wonderland for adults, where the real and the unreal walk hand in hand, and it’s difficult to separate the two.”

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Wounds will no doubt be remembered as one of the most disquieting and memorable short story collections to come out this year.”

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Nell Freudenberger opens Lost and Wanted with wicked good literary instinct: “In the first few months after Charlie died, I began hearing from her much more frequently.

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“a story not only of a haunted house but also of haunted people.”

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“If this should happen to be the last novel in the series, the story couldn’t end in a better way.”

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“A lovely book, a worthy debut novel, a satisfying read.”

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“Ghosts, elementals, demons, and even the dreaded wendigo all appear here, and most have starring roles in the best horror stories evert committed to paper.”

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With tinges of Rosemary’s Baby as well as a touches here and there of the Robin Hardy-directed film, The Wicker Man, this is a tense as well as in

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“Languid, haunting, surreal, and utterly beautiful, this tale is in part a profound meditation on self-reflection and inner strength in the face, and in the painful grip, of abuse—and yet i

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The publication of poet Sylvia Plath’s newly discovered short story, Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom, follows the highly acclaimed second and final volume of her letters (The Letter

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“EC produced the best comics of the era and The Vault of Horror Volume 5 is evidence enough that EC produced an idiosyncratic brand of horror that is undeniably American.”

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