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Tag Archive: book

Book Review: ‘The Spider in the Laurel’

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This review is of The Spider in the Laurel by Michael Pogach, published in 2015. I won a copy of this book via a Goodreads.com giveaway. I want to thank the author for… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Grin of the Dark’ by Ramsay Campbell

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Acclaimed horror writer Ramsey Campbell’s novel, The Grin of the Dark, represents a host of missed opportunities. When he cranks up the creep factor this book is chilling and unnerving with the imagery… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ by Holly Madison

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Here’s an intriguing premise – a peek behind the doors of the fabled Playboy Mansion and into the lives of those who reside there. The most famous pornographic publication in history, a name… Continue reading

Halloween Reading Suggestions

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For my fellow bibliophiles on this site, the Halloween season is always a time to celebrate. At libraries and book stores across the nation the horror books pulled out of the dark corners… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘There is a Light That Never Goes Out’ by Justin Cawthorne (Halloween Reads)

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Let’s take a moment to talk about the self-published market that has blown up thanks to Amazon and Kindle related technologies. Anyone can now publish their own work for people to read and… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Forgotten Son’ by Andy Frankham-Allen

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Plot: Colonel Alister Lethbridge-Stewart is managing the paperwork following the Great Intelligence’s invasion of London, including transporting the evacuated population back to their homes, while planning his upcoming marriage. Everything goes out the… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Murder in Mississippi’ by John Safran

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I think that’s the first time I’ve had to write the word ‘Mississippi’. It’s fun to type. My knowledge and experience with the region are pretty minimal because I have lived most of my… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Ghosts in the Machine’ by Tobacco Jones

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When we received a copy of this novel in the post we didn’t know what to make of it. The title echoed Ghost in the Shell and the blurb suggested similar themes, and the… Continue reading

Is ’50 Shades of Grey’ More Than a ‘Twilight’ Rip-Off?

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This may come as no surprise to you savvy internet types, but Twilight is directly responsible for the printed bile that is 50 Shades of Grey. But when this is brought up with the 50 Shades target demographic… Continue reading

Exclusive Interview: Greg Sestero

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The Room has become a modern midnight movie with hordes of followers around the world. The writer/director/producer/star of the movie, Tommy Wiseau, has caught the attention of movie world, but it’s his close… Continue reading