Book Review – Black Shuck Shadows, The Martledge Variations

Here’s an interesting thing – I’ve discovered the Black Shuck Shadows collections from indie publishers Black Shuck Books. I’d heard about them on the grapevine and scrolling through, number 7 featuring the work of author Simon Kurt Unsworth sounded like the right kind of creepy for that particular evening. I was not disappointed. 

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Book review of The Artist, author P. J. Blakey-Novis

This is our second visit to the work of British author P.J. Blakey-Novis, following on from my review of Tunnels.

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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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