[REVIEW] Black Coral – by Andrew Mayne

BLACK CORAL (Underwater Investigation Unit, #2) By Andrew Mayne Published by Thomas and Mercer Available February 2021 Though Black Coral is book two in a series, the Underwater Investigation Unit does not necessarily need to be read in order. Despite having not read the first book, The Girl Beneath the Sea, I didn’t have any…

[REVIEW] The Flashlighters – by Daniel Barnett

THE FLASHLIGHTERS (Nightmareland Chronicles, Book #4) By Daniel Barnett Self-Published Available January 2021 You know, at this point, I feel like it’s safe to say Daniel Barnett is the new Stephen King. His writing is complex, yet approachable. His characters are driven and complete with rich backgrounds and dramatic stories to reveal. His settings are…

[REVIEW] Dead Daughters – by Tim Meyer

DEAD DAUGHTERS By Tim Meyer Published by Silver Shamrock Publishing Available December 2020 *This review was originally written in early 2020 when the book was first released by Poltergeist Press. It has since been removed from publication there altogether and found a new home with Silver Shamrock Publishing. All I’ve done is update the format…

[REVIEW] Sacrament (Father of Lies, Book #3) – by Steve Stred

SACRAMENT (Father of Lies, Book #3) By Steve Stred Published by Black Void Publishing Available May 2021 When I read the first book in this trilogy, I made a comment that I wanted to see the story expanded. Shortly after hosting that review, Steve announced that there would be another two books to follow. While…

[REVIEW] The Hobgoblin of Little Minds – by Mark Matthews

THE HOBGOBLIN OF LITTLE MINDS By Mark Matthew Published by Wicked Run Press Available January 2021 Matthews has certainly created a version of werewolves I can get behind. Oddly enough, I’m not much for the classics – mummies, vampires, werewolves, zombies … they’re just not my cup of tea. They need to have something fresh…

[REVIEW] Starving Ghosts in Every Thread – by Eric LaRocca

STARVING GHOSTS IN EVERY THREAD By Eric LaRocca Self-Published Available May 2020 I saw this novella everywhere in 2020, it seemed. I’d also heard LaRocca was a writer to watch, this being an impressive debut. Now that I’ve read Starving Ghosts in Every Thread, I can see why. LaRocca has a darkly poetic way to…