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Review: “The Debt,” Natalie Edwards, T.C. Parker

Rating: 5 out of 5 Note: this book was originally published under the name “Natalie Edwards,” but is currently being published under “T.C. Parker.” T.C. Parker’s thriller The Debt: El Gardener Book 1 is a wonderful heist-type novel. When El

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Review: “Wrath Child,” Erik Henry Vick

Rating: 5 out of 5 I had never heard of Erik Henry Vick when Amazon recommended his Wrath Child: A Supernatural Thriller to me. This setup rarely ends well, but this time I’m glad I went with the recommendation! FBI

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Review: “The Bone Factory,” Yolanda Sfetsos

Rating: 3 out of 5 Yolanda Sfetsos’s horror novella The Bone Factory was an enjoyable read, but it needed a bit more to it. I love horror novellas because frankly the genre seems to lend itself naturally to the length,

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Short Take: “Last Resort,” Susi Holliday

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Susi Holliday’s The Last Resort introduces us to “Anne,” a young girl who accidentally did a terrible thing. Now Amelia (her real name) works doing humanitarian aid around the world. She’s received an opportunity to

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Review: “False Step,” Victoria Helen Stone

Rating: 4 out of 5 I read Victoria Helen Stone’s False Step because I love her Jane Doe books. This thriller is also quite good, although it doesn’t entirely live up to those two books. Veronica’s husband Johnny is a

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Review: “Pretty Little Wife,” Darby Kane

Rating: 5 out of 5 Darby Kane’s thriller Pretty Little Wife: A Novel is a wild ride! Lila is married to Aaron, a high-school teacher, and she’s just found videos of him sleeping with his students. This brings a crisis

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Review: “Problem Child,” Victoria Helen Stone

Rating: 5 out of 5 Victoria Helen Stone’s Problem Child (A Jane Doe Thriller) is a fascinating follow-on to her Jane Doe. In that book, we met Jane, a complete sociopath who had oriented her entire current life around trying

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Review: “Saltblood,” T.C. Parker

Rating: 5 out of 5 T.C. Parker’s Saltblood is a curious tale in which ancient superstition and horror smack head-on into a futuristic prison. Now that there’s a company capable of scraping ridiculous amounts of information about any person out

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February Is Women In Horror Month

Not sure who you ought to read? Here’s a list of books by a bunch of excellent horror authors. All links lead to my reviews of said books, and there are enough books here that you could read one a

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Short Take: “Go Down Hard,” Ali Seay

Rating: 4 out of 5 Ali Seay’s thriller novella Go Down Hard introduces us to Jack and Meg. Each is a serial killer. Each lives out in the middle of nowhere. Each has their own reason for killing–for Jack it

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