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NEW REVIEW: Duncan Ralston - Woom (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, October 1, 2016, In : New Review 
I’ve read some messed-up stories in my time, but there’s not many that have left me feeling as wiped out as Duncan Ralston’s ‘Woom’ (2016).

Released through Matt Shaw’s ‘Black Cover’ series – this is extreme horror at its absolute finest.  It also achieved a very rare 10/10 over at DLS Reviews.

Man I need a shower after reading that…



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NEW REVIEW: The Sinister Horror Company - The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume One (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, January 3, 2016, In : New Review 
Happy New Year y’all!  To kick start 2016, DLS Reviews offers up an in-depth story-by-story dissection of The Sinister Horror Company’s anthology ‘The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume One’ (2015).  Containing twenty short stories by some of the most up-and-coming names in horror fiction – the collection is packed to the rafters with stories that with make you grin, cringe and cower.



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NEW REVIEW: Duncan Ralston - Salvage (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, October 31, 2015, In : New Review 
I returned to the UK yesterday having spent the last fifteen days in the US on holiday with my wife and kids.  Whilst we were away there wasn’t much of an opportunity to plough through books.  However, whilst the family watched films during the flights either way, I was able to immerse myself in Duncan Ralston’s latest offering – ‘Salvage’ (2015).

It's a dark and oppressive ghost story with a thick fog of mystery smothering the character-driven storyline.  It’s one of those stories...
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NEW INTERVIEW: Duncan Ralston - September 2015

Posted by Chris Hall on Thursday, October 1, 2015, In : New Interview 
DLS Reviews is chuffed as hell to announce that an in-depth and incredibly insightful interview with one of the most exciting new voices in horror fiction – Duncan Ralston – is now up on the site.  If you like ‘Books Of Blood’ era Clive Barker, or simply stories that mess with your insides, and you’ve not yet checked out this guy’s work, then I strongly recommend you rectify this oversight immediately.

He’s got a short story collection entitled ‘Gristle & Bone’ (2014) out now...
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NEW REVIEW: Duncan Ralston - 'Dead Men Walking' (2014) & 'How To Kill A Celebrity' (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, In : New Review 
Double-whammy Wednesday!!!  Well it is on DLS Reviews anyway.  Two new reviews have just been added to the site.  Both reviews of ebook novelettes by the incredibly talented Canadian author Duncan Ralston.  And both well worth the 99p / $0.99 that they’re currently priced as.

Click on the cover images below to be taken to their respective reviews...

      

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NEW REVIEW: Duncan Ralston - Gristle & Bone (2014)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, July 14, 2015, In : New Review 
Chances are you’ve not heard the name Duncan Ralston before.  If you have, and you’ve already read some of the Canadian author’s work, then you’ll probably be having the same thoughts as me.  This man can write horror.  And surely it’s only a matter of time before his name becomes well-known to the vast majority of the horror community.

The collection ‘Gristle & Bone’ (2014) was my introduction to Ralston’s work.  It includes his debut release – a novella called ‘Scavengers...
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