Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon

About Sángre: The Color of Dying (Volume 1) Carlos Colón’s first published novel is the story of Nicky Negrón, a Puerto Rican salesman in New York City who is turned into foul-mouthed, urban vampire with a taste for the undesirables of society such as sexual predators, domestic abusers and drug dealers. A tragic anti-hero, NickyContinue reading “Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon”

Book Review: A Greater God by Brian Stoddart

About A Greater God (Superintendent Le Fanu Mysteries Book 4) Muslims are being murdered and communal tensions escalating as Superintendent Chris Le Fanu returns, reluctantly, to 1920s Madras from the Straits Settlements. He comes under fire, literally and figuratively, as more Muslims and policemen are killed by revolutionaries in clashes fomented by his boss, Inspector-GeneralContinue reading “Book Review: A Greater God by Brian Stoddart”

Book review: Esme’s Wish by Elizabeth Foster

About Esme’s Wish When fifteen-year-old Esme Silver objects at her father’s wedding, her protest is dismissed as the action of a stubborn, selfish teenager. Everyone else has accepted the loss of Esme’s mother, Ariane – so why can’t she? But Esme is suspicious. She is sure that others are covering up the real reason forContinue reading “Book review: Esme’s Wish by Elizabeth Foster”

Book review – The Blood Red Experiment: A Neo-Giallo Anthology

About The Blood Red Experiment Inspired by the genius of Hitchcock and his films, latin luminaries such as Argento and Bava directed macabre murder-mystery thrillers, that combined the suspense with scenes of outrageous violence, stylish cinematography, and groovy soundtracks. This genre became known in their native Italy as giallo. Giallo is Italian for yellow, inspired byContinue reading “Book review – The Blood Red Experiment: A Neo-Giallo Anthology”

Book review: A Very Mersey Murder by Brian L. Porter

I am delighted to share my review of A Very Mersey Murder (Mersey Murder Mysteries Book 5) by Brian L. Porter About A Very Mersey Murder 1966. England wins the soccer World Cup. Same night, the body of a barmaid is discovered close to an abandoned lighthouse. Two more murders follow; all remain unsolved. 2005. D.I.Continue reading “Book review: A Very Mersey Murder by Brian L. Porter”

Book review: Graveyard Girls edited by Gerri R Gray

Graveyard Girls is a gripping anthology of short stories edited by Gerry R Gray About Graveyard Girls A delicious collection of horrific tales and darkest poetry in one big, fat horror anthology from the cream of the crop; all lovingly compiled by the incomparable Gerri R. Gray! Nestling between the covers of this formidable tomeContinue reading “Book review: Graveyard Girls edited by Gerri R Gray”

Book review: Her Name is Mercie by Chris Roy

The joy of writing book reviews is stumbling on good stories, well told. When the stories take your breath away, all the better! Here is my review of one Her Name is Mercie, a collection of short stories by Chris Roy. “Mercie Hillbrook lives a simple, quiet life working as a gas station attendant. Then her parentsContinue reading “Book review: Her Name is Mercie by Chris Roy”

Book review: The Torcian Chronicles: Defiance by P.J. Reed

I very rarely dip into dark fantasy, so it was a treat to read P. J. Reed’s debut. “Mesham sits dejectedly in a tiny garret above an inn, as the lands of Torcia fall to the magically-enhanced army of the infamous Mivirian Horde. One of the last surviving ancient warlocks of Torcia, Mesham knows heContinue reading “Book review: The Torcian Chronicles: Defiance by P.J. Reed”

Book review: The Erotic Odyssey of Colton Forshay by James H Longmore

What a naughty and absurdly dark novel this is! “Colton Forshay dreams himself into a bizarre sexual dystopia, a world in which nothing is as it should be. Sickening sex acts and sexual violence are the norm and in which the currency is deviant sexual acts. At first disturbed, then intrigued – and aroused –Continue reading “Book review: The Erotic Odyssey of Colton Forshay by James H Longmore”

Book review: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost in by Mawson

I could not resist reviewing this charming picture book for adults by the irresistibly cute Mawson bear! “Are you feeling a little lost? Got that ‘left in the spare room’ emptiness about you? Mawson does too. He sits atop his cushion and ponders about baffling things. The world is a baffling place for a curiousContinue reading “Book review: It’s a Bright World to Feel Lost in by Mawson”

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