book review, horror, short story

31 Days of Horror: Behind by William F Aicher

The seventh installment of Aicher’s Creepy Little Bedtime Story series delivers as promised. Single mother, Vanessa, longs for the brief moments she has to herself at the end of the day after her young son, Asa, has gone to bed. However, things never go as smoothly as we’d like. It’s difficult to review this chilling… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Behind by William F Aicher

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31 Days of Horror: ARC review DeadMeat Day 5 by Nick Clausen

It’s not just Denmark’s problem anymore. The zombies are spreading, and it hasn’t even been a week. Following on from Day 4, the action continues to centre around Mille, Dan, Holger’s bunker and the rest of the characters. Mille is headed for Sweden, but with her stepfather infected, can she notify authorities in time to… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: ARC review DeadMeat Day 5 by Nick Clausen

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31 Days of Horror: Neolithica by Dan Soule

Like Crichton or Preston and Child at their best, but with even more horror and heart, you won’t want to miss this stunning novel from Dan Soule. Strange things start happening in Glasgow after a surprisingly perfect Neolithic bog body is found by a road crew. As murders increase, and a procession of odd phenomena… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Neolithica by Dan Soule

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31 Days of Horror: Bleak Precision by Greg Chapman

Eight exquisite horror stories and one essay on horror, illustrated by the author’s own stunning artwork, make this collection by 2 time Bram Stoker Award nominee a book you don’t want to miss. Taking point for this collection is Kakaphony, about the nightmare of hearing voices and the dark path it can lead you down… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Bleak Precision by Greg Chapman

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31 Days of Horror: White Noise by Rhonda Parrish

A collection of zombie poems - incredible - and it’s even better than it sounds! This slim volume comprises twenty poems, all themed around zombies. The poems are diverse in their scope. Some are like a complete zombie story in a few words. Poems such as Slippery When Wet, Maybe Not, The Hardest Promise I… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: White Noise by Rhonda Parrish