Michael Patrick Hicks – Borne of the Deep Review

Genre: Horror Length: 130 Pages Publisher: High Fever Books Release date: March 15, 2020 Synopsis: Emancipated during the American Revolution, Salem Hawley is a free man—until he finds himself indebted to a doctor for treatment for injuries incurred during the New York Doctors’ Riot. Recruited to recover the stolen grimoire, Al Azif, Salem embarks on … More Michael Patrick Hicks – Borne of the Deep Review

Alma Katsu – The Deep Review

Genre: Mystery Length: 432 Pages Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Release date: March 10, 2020 Synopsis: Someone, or something, is haunting the ship. Between mysterious disappearances and sudden deaths, the guests of the Titanic have found themselves suspended in an eerie, unsettling twilight zone from the moment they set sail. Several of them, including maid Annie Hebley, guest … More Alma Katsu – The Deep Review

Matt Hayward – Various States of Decay Review

Genre: Horror Length: 234 Pages Publisher: Poltergeist Press Release date: December 15, 2019 Synopsis: From the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of What Do Monsters Fear? and A Penny For Your Thoughts comes twenty new tales of terror! Including the Irish Short Story of the Year-nominated Intercepting Aisle Nine From a white doomsday crawling with abominable beasts to the bizarre case of a marketing … More Matt Hayward – Various States of Decay Review

Joe Hart – Something Came Through Review

Genre: Horror Length: 223 Pages Publisher: Black Spine Books Release date: October 29, 2019 Synopsis: Fear is a place, and to get there it’s as easy as looking in the mirror. Wall Street Journal bestselling author Joe Hart returns to the horror arena with his second collection of twisted and unsettling tales featuring monstrosities of … More Joe Hart – Something Came Through Review

Alice Blanchard – A Breath After Drowning Review

Genre: Psychological Thriller Length: 441 Pages Publisher: Titan Books Release date: April 10, 2018 Synopsis: She’ll need all her wits about her, and then some, to eventually do battle with one of the most memorable genre villains since Hannibal Lecter. – Wall Street Journal Sixteen years ago, Kate Wolfe’s young sister Savannah was brutally murdered. Forced to live … More Alice Blanchard – A Breath After Drowning Review