Occult

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Chapman writes in an unadorned manner and with a sharp eye toward the underside of American popular culture.

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“Editor Melissa Edmundson has produced a valuable collection for scholars and curious readers alike.”

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“Lovegrove has taken familiar characters from a much-loved story and created an intriguing maze with twists and turns and dead ends that all culminate in a surprise ending.”

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“A supernatural thriller that promises much at the outset but ultimately fails in its execution.”

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“Suspenseful, filled with evocative writing capturing the reader’s empathy for the characters, The Night Will Find Us takes our fear of that which lurks in the dark and transfers i

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The Patient is a narrative of slowly building horror that will grip the reader with a continuous set of shivers.”

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

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“a brilliantly conceived, colorfully and forcefully written, and very different Western novel . . .”

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“an engrossing description of evil and the devastating results of its corruption . . .”

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Fantasy author and artist Brom has continued his trend of rewriting myths and legends with the recently released Lost Gods.

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“‘Lovecraft saw it coming . . . his stories weren’t fantasies . . . they were predictions . . .’”

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Nightmares is more than just a memorable and collective anthology; it is an excellent showcase of some of the finest names in contemporary horror and weird fiction, . .

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“Never enter a toy shop after midnight. . . .”

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“in his house at R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming . . .“

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Anna, married to Ned, a charismatic workaholic who is never home, gets pregnant and Ned demands she abort it, but she refuses.

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It’s a brave or foolhardy writer who kills the main character in the very first page of their book, believing the reader will continue with the rest of the story rather than simply give up.