{Book Review} BROKEN SHELLS by Michael Patrick Hicks

Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey {Contains Spoilers} This is a great horror, creature story! Oh, I enjoyed this one, and I read it on Christmas morning, before family members had awoken!! Loved the Indian legend of the Ba’is with the Dangle’s family as “guardians, watchers, gatekeepers of the Ba’is, keeping them fed which in turn keeps … Continue reading {Book Review} BROKEN SHELLS by Michael Patrick Hicks

{Book Review} KOSMOS by Adrian Laing

Publisher: Flame Tree Press Published: December 6, 2018 Pages: 288 Adrian Laing has concocted a tale of awe-inspiring wonder. The cover is awesome, but the story is beautiful.  I don't read the synopsis before I start books; I go by the book cover alone. It makes the reading experience more exhilarating. I like to live dangerously. For … Continue reading {Book Review} KOSMOS by Adrian Laing

{Book Review} ROAD KILL: TEXAS HORROR BY TEXAS WRITERS VOL. 3 by E.R. Bills

Publisher: HellBound Books Publishing Published: September 28, 2018 Pages: 214     I knew Texas had some good authors, but I didn't know just how many, until I read this ROAD KILL Vol. 3. This anthology is edited by E.R. Bills and published by Hellhound Books Publishing. I found some new authors to read. If … Continue reading {Book Review} ROAD KILL: TEXAS HORROR BY TEXAS WRITERS VOL. 3 by E.R. Bills

{Book Review} THE CHILDREN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GARDDEN by Jonathan Butcher

Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey THE CHILDREN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GARDDEN really surprised me, in a delightfully, disturbing way!! About 2/3 of the way into the book I felt myself being drawn into the characters world of Seadon!  The people involved are unique and the author draws the reader into their depraved lives! I … Continue reading {Book Review} THE CHILDREN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GARDDEN by Jonathan Butcher

{Book Review} PREDATORS by Michaelbrent Collings

  Publisher: Written Insomnia Press Publication Date: September 4, 2018 Pages: 351     I've read Michaelbrent Collings before, but this book is different. PREDATORS is better than the novella CRUCE ROOSTERS I read earlier this year. Collings writes vivid descriptions, bringing the terrifying story to life. With PREDATORS, he sends the reader through the … Continue reading {Book Review} PREDATORS by Michaelbrent Collings

{Book Review} THE HOMECOMING by Andrew Pyper

  Publisher: Simon & Schuster Published: February 26, 2019 Pages: 368   Best-selling author Andrew Pyper returns with a riveting psychological thriller about how the people you've known your whole life can suddenly become strangers.    What if everything you knew about the people you loved was a lie?   THE HOMECOMING centers around the … Continue reading {Book Review} THE HOMECOMING by Andrew Pyper

{Book Review} THE FOLLOWERS by Greg Chapman

  Published: October 1, 2018 Pages: 92     Greg Chapman is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated® and Australian Shadows Award-nominated author of Hollow House and the author of five novellas: Torment (2011 and 2016), The Noctuary (2011), Vaudeville (2012), The Last Night of October (2013 and 2016), The Eschatologist (2016), and The Noctuary: Pandemonium (2017). … Continue reading {Book Review} THE FOLLOWERS by Greg Chapman

{Book Review} OVERNIGHT by Philip Fracassi

Publisher: Unnerving  Publication Date: July 16, 2018 Pages: 44 Philip Fracassi's OVERNIGHT wasn't what I expected. I'm not saying it's a bad story. It's not. But I will say it's a creepy story. I read SHILOH earlier this year and loved it. OVERNIGHT is startling in that it deals with stalking. A guard needs the … Continue reading {Book Review} OVERNIGHT by Philip Fracassi