Browsing Archive: October, 2018

NEW REVIEW: Michael Marshall Smith - The Anomaly (2018)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, October 28, 2018, In : New Review 

Penned under the pseudonym Michael Rutger, Michael Marshall Smith’s latest tale ‘The Anomaly’ (2018) offers up a terrifying exploration into the deep, forgotten caverns of the Grand Canyon, where untold horrors wait lurking in the darkness.

Think Dan Brown meets Michael Crichton with the dark claustrophobic horror of ‘The Descent’ (2005) pulling it all together…


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NEW INTERVIEW: Phil Sloman (October 2018)

Posted by Chris Hall on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : New Interview 
If you’ve read any good horror anthologies over the last few years, chances are you’ve read some of British author Phil Sloman’s work.  The man’s more prolific than jack-o’ lanterns are at Halloween.  Known predominantly for his short stories (at the moment at least), Sloman has become a veritable master at producing unsettling tales of terror that often deal with a slipping state of sanity.

With an impressive number of tales soon to be published, as well as a few other pieces curren...

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NEW REVIEW: Richard Ayre - Minstrel's Requiem (2018)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, October 13, 2018, In : New Review 
British author Richard Ayre’s latest offering ‘Minstrel’s Requiem’ (2018) forms the third and final instalment in his hard rock pulp horror ‘Prophecy Trilogy’.  If you’ve already read the first two books then you’ll have a fair idea of what to expect.  Murder, mayhem and an eons old evil that just won’t stop.  And book three delivers this in abundance…


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