The Fallen Boys Aaron Dries Black T-Shirts Books At the outset, The Fallen Boys centers around Marshal and Claire Deakens and their young boy, Noah. Life is decent and simple enough: Marshal’s a videographer for themed parties while Claire grinds out her days in a cubicle with aspirations of being a writer. Their son, Noah […]
*Review originally appeared at Hell Notes* Published by P.I.C. Publishing, 2017 464 pages The Starving Queen, Dean Italiano’s most recent novel, is every bit as terrifying as it is true for far too many of us. The insidious force of Dean’s villain burrows into those she seeks when at their weakest moments, no matter how […]
Barry HoffmanTrack of My TearsGauntlet Press2018 With the final words from the last pages only moments behind me, Track of My Tears leaves much to be digested. Across the spectrum of so many moving parts my rolling emotions constitute Barry Hoffman’s most ambitious, gut-wrenching novel to date. Never one to shy away from putting a […]
Hell Notes hosts my first review of the year, which I hope you’ll check out before doing yourself a favour and grabbing a copy of Revival to read. I haven’t given King a chance since trying to wade through From a Buick 8 way back when, but let’s just say I am a […]
Barry Hoffmann, owner of Stoker nominated specialty press, Gauntlet Press, knocks another one out of the park with Blind Vengeance, his newest offering in his critically acclaimed ‘Eyes series. See what I thought of his latest book over on Hell Notes with this review.
If you’re asking yourself ‘that Owen King?‘ then yes, ‘that‘ Owen King. Son of Stephen, brother of Joe. But don’t be expecting a book of terror and cold shivers. No, Owen King’s work will very well be keeping you up at nights for other reasons entirely. Check out my review of his debut novel, […]
As most Dark Bite regulars know, I’m a big fan of Steve Wedel and his work and a constant burr in my side is that he hasn’t been deservedly picked up by a major publisher. Yet. His latest offering brings even more proof that his work is folds above most of its ilk. The kind […]
To help launch this blog, I am turning to none other than my pal, James Newman,who is probably the nicest guy in horror I know. But don’t let that fool you – there’s nightmares to be had in that there southern charm. To steal the bio from his website: I’m a writer of horror […]