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Darkness
Divergent
Darkness
The Pariah
Strangers
Danger in Cat World
The Criminal Mind: A Writer's Guide to Forensic Psychology
A Stampede of Westerns: Fourteen Novels, Novellas & Story Collections of the West & Weird West
The Crime of Our Lives
Wolf's Gambit
Dark Passions
Stories of Your Life and Others
The Druid King
Never Fear
The Inheritance Trilogy
One of Us: Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway
Marked / Betrayed / Chosen / Untamed
Eutopia
Choosing A Self Publishing Service 2013 The Alliance of Independent
The Hunter


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Paul Dale Anderson at a Steampunk Party
(photo courtesy of Tim Hatch)

10.10.2017
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Dark Screams Volume Eight (Hydra, October 31, 2017), edited by Brian James Freeman and Richard Chizmar comes out just in time for Halloween. Cemetery Dance’s editors include five original tales and one reprint from CD in 2015. “Walpuski’s Typewriter” by Frank Darabont is the reprint. “The Boy” by Bentley Little stinks. Not the story. The boy stinks. Christine, new to the suburb where the boy lives, smells him walk past each day on his way to school. How can anyone smell so bad? “Tumor” by Benjamin Percy is filled with rich imagery. “Twisted and Gnarled” by Billie Sue Mosiman is superbly written, a tale of psychological suspense with supernatural elements. “The Palaver” by Kealan Patrick Burke is a bit too hairy for my tastes. “India Blue” by Glen Hirschberg is about the start and end of Professional Cricket in America. My favorite story is “The Boy”. It really got me thinking.
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