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Category Archives: Book review
Melodie Bolt tells you why you need to read Black Light: It is a wonderful thing when a writer gets to see her novel published, and my friend, Martha J. Allard, has done just that. After years of writing and … Continue reading
Goodreads wrote to tell me that I’m in the Top 1% of reviewers on their site. That seems weird to me. I’ve written fewer than 400 reviews there — 387, to be precise. That doesn’t really seem like that many, … Continue reading
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh, this book was so much fun! The narrator’s voice is perfect and I fell in love with him in the first fight against a hitchhiking ghost. … Continue reading
The Fifth House of the Heart by Ben Tripp My rating: 5 of 5 stars I adored this book, almost solely because of the main character. Asmodeus Saxon-Tang is a septuagenarian antiques dealer who dresses like Quentin Crisp and has … Continue reading
Nevermore!: Tales of Murder, Mystery & the Macabre – Neo-Gothic Fiction Inspired by the Imagination of Edgar Allan Poe by Nancy Kilpatrick My rating: 4 of 5 stars I Kickstarted this book because Poe was my first literary crush 40-mumble … Continue reading