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Review: SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable by Eli Bloom

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★★★★½ SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable by Eli Bloom is a chilling and thrilling YA novel. With a bold plot line and an unforgettable protagonist, SEER instantly stands out as a paranormal classic. Author Eli Bloom captures youth, innocence and courage within these pages, while brushing on topical subjects that will strike a chord in readers of any age. ... Read More »

Review: Return of the Dragon by Alex J. Webster

Return of the Dragon by Alex J. Webster

★★★★½ Return of the Dragon by Alex J. Webster is a bloody good ride from start to finish. Vampires have no doubt made a comeback in popular fiction, but some critics have noted the toned-down nature of these depictions, as opposed to the more sinister and terrifying versions of generations past. Alex Webster is clearly a student of those older ... Read More »

Review: Wyrd, TX by David Shawn

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★★★★½ Wyrd, TX by David Shawn is a terrifying, stylish thriller. Balancing humor, wit and terror is an ability that few authors ever master, but David Shawn releases a macabre tour de force in Wyrd, TX, a city that time seems to have forgotten, but demons have not. Shawn marvelously sets the tone for readers within the first few chapters ... Read More »

Review: The Sibold Effect by John David Miller

The Sibold Effect

★★★★ The Sibold Effect: Beyond Science, History, Ghosts, and the Appalachian Supernatural by John David Miller is a comprehensive look at supernatural activity at Clover Hollow in the Appalachian Mountains. Purchasing a property in the area, Miller discovers that the property actually belonged to his ancestors, raising questions about the nature of coincidence, destiny, and how history is shaped by ... Read More »

Review: The Ring of Gallows by Gary Whorley

The Ring of Gallows by Gary Whorley

★★★★ Jake Achilles is an old-school cop: when sh*t hits the fan, he’ll shoot first and ask questions later, and he’ll break the law to protect it. When Jake and his partner, Kruger Odysseus, follow the cooling trail of a beguiling murder, they might just be digging too deep. As gangs form dangerous new alliances, mysterious happenings crop up all ... Read More »

Review: Of Saints and Sacred Shadows by Jason Dean


Every one warned her. All of them said that she should not look for Sebastian Sane. No one could tell Lina who or what Sebastian was exactly. But they all said to stay away. If she valued her life, don’t try to find him. If she did find him, she should never trust him. Lina, though, wasn’t the type to scare easily. ... Read More »

Review: Secondhand Sight by Rocky Leonard


Dan Harper has a lot on his plate. He’s a computer programmer for Quick Pay and there is a glitch that he has to repair for one of his company’s clients within a week. His pregnant wife is in the hospital after fainting and hitting her head. He has a tennis tournament for the Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association (ALTA), which ... Read More »