Review – Casefile:Arkham ‘Her Blood Runs Cold’, a graphic novel by Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy

Book reviews by Karen Ruffles
We have a treat this week with graphic novel ‘Her Blood Runs Cold’, book two in the Casefile:Arkham series from Zero One Publishing.┬áIn case you’re wondering why I’m starting with book two, the novels are designed as stand alone stories so I’ve picked the latest for you. The books revolve around the adventures of private … Read moreReview – Casefile:Arkham ‘Her Blood Runs Cold’, a graphic novel by Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy

A Glimpse Into Madness – an anthology by Sean Walter

Book reviews by Karen Ruffles
This collection features some recurring themes in Sean’s work, such as figures that appear for the purpose of discussing the issue at hand with the main character (I investigate this and other horror happenings in an upcoming interview with the author).

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Tunnels, an anthology by Peter Blakey-Novis

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This week I’m looking at the title story from Peter’s collection. It has a slightly old fashioned feel to the writing with notes of James Herbert in there and the odd nod to classic stories.

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The Sadist’s Bible – a novella by Nicole Cushing.

Book reviews by Karen Ruffles
Fans of Clive Barker’s orgasms-among-the-offal approach to sex and horror will appreciate this novella by Nicole Cushing.

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