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Gef Fox
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Rabid Reader, Wrabid Writer
Rabid Reader, Wrabid Writer

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The Hap(pening): a review of Joe R. Lansdale's "Hap and Leonard"
Hap and Leonard by Joe R. Lansdale Tachyon Publications (2016) I have been meandering through Lansdale's extensive works for several years now, and in that time I have come to consider him one of my all-time favorite storytellers. A big reason for that is h...

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Underwater, Under Pressure: a review of Brian Keene's "Pressure"
Pressure by Brian Keene Thomas Dunne Books (2016) 276 pages I haven't read all of Brian Keene's books, but of the ones I have I am invariably transported to some grizzled patch of Americana and I always walk away satisfied. So when I heard Pressure, Keene's...

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Bonding Over Death: a review of Donald E. Westlake's "Forever and a Death"
Forever and a Death by Donald E. Westlake Hard Case Crime (2017) Donald E. Westlake is responsible for penning a couple of my absolute favorite novels, so when I saw Hard Case Crime was set to publish one of his as-yet-unseen novels, which happened to be in...

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Kindle Unlimited sounds like it's still a shitshow.

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a review of Nick Cutter's "Little Heaven"
Little Heaven by Nick Cutter Simon & Schuster Canada (2017) 496 pages A story about a cult based in the middle of the woods is a frightening enough premise, if you ask me, but Nick Cutter decided that wasn’t near enough and threw in a trio of assassins and ...

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a guest post by Ty Arthur, author of "Light Dawning"
Following his debut sci-fi novella “Empty” from 2016, Ty Arthur returns with new full-length horror novel “Light Dawning.” Pivoting away from the emptiness of space, the book dives headlong into the waters of fantasy, but with a seriously grimdark twist. Th...

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a review of Thomas Mullen's "Darktown"
There’s no such thing as the good ol’ days and reading Thomas Mullen’s Darktown is a fair reminder of that.  In this historical crime novel, America is still patting itself on the back for a job well done in World War 2, but late-40s Atlanta offers a glimps...

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A guest post by James Walley, author of "The Fathom Flies Again"
THE FATHOM FLIES AGAIN by James Walley -  It's time to wake up and smell
the carnage. Just as every night gives way to dawn, all dreams yield
to the break of day. For Marty, that's kind of a problem. When you've
fought killer clowns, sailed the seven skies,...

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Good Angels, Better Beasts: an interview with Jerome Stueart, author of "The Angels of Our Better Beasts"
JEROME STUEART'S THE ANGELS OF OUR BETTER BEASTS -  The Lemmings are really researching the Arctic biologists, the werewolves sing sweet Christian praise songs, and the signing gorilla just wants someone back in the cage for a minute or two. The Gryphon can...

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Hiatus
Things are going to be pretty quiet on the blog for awhile, but hopefully there will be more reviews, interviews, and such later in the year. Fingers crossed. In the meantime, enjoy 2017 by reading a good book Or try writing something yourself if you feel c...
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