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New Release: The Face You Wear by Faith Pierce

Newly married Jana has doubts about her husband, Michael, when he starts disturbing her at night with increasingly sinister behavior. However, Michael denies all of the nocturnal misdeeds. With a history of mental illness in the family, Jana begins to unravel as she tries to discover whether ‘scary’ Michael is all in her head, her… Continue reading New Release: The Face You Wear by Faith Pierce

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Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix

A terrifically clever premise for a comedy horror, Grady Hendrix’s debut novel imagines an Orsk store (think IKEA knockoff) as literal as well as figurative hell. Minimum wage is not enough to deal with malevolent ghosts as well as the usual difficult customers. This is the second Hendrix book I’ve read (The Southern Book Club’s… Continue reading Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix

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A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

Recently widowed, Drea has the added suffering of losing her animal companions, leaving her alone and depressed. Her adult son is distanced from her due to a toxic marriage, adding more pain to Drea. At the start of the book, she’s in a dark place and contemplating ending her life. However, the arrival of a… Continue reading A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

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Book tour: The Water Witch by Jessica Thorne

About the book: Sitting side by side on the clifftop, he turns to her solemnly and says, ‘The water witch is real.’ She rolls her eyes and grins, teasing him. ‘Sure. A psycho mermaid. Got it.’ But now he’s gone forever… will she find the truth beneath the waves?Brittany, France. Ariadne Walker’s fiancé Simon drowned… Continue reading Book tour: The Water Witch by Jessica Thorne

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Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski

After over dosing on heroine, Ona leaves New York City to live with her aunt in the appropriately named quiet town of New Hope. Early into her recovery she lands a job as an assistant to a talented sculptor with a troubled past. As Ona grows closer to her boss, has she substituted one addiction… Continue reading Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski