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Yet another thumbs up for ‘Requiems for the Departed’

This book’s full of entertaining slaughter, gory slug fests, and, being Irish, the lingering touch of inevitable longing, heartache, and loss. Read the full review on Pop Matters

Yet another cracking review for Dead Souls

And the positive reviews just keep on coming for that little treasure of mine, Dead Souls! “This is a wonderful assortment of chilling tales culled from the minds of a fabulous array of authors. The reader takes a journey, twenty-five in fact, into a world of shadows and fear…” Bitten by Books full review

Dead Souls Review – Part Three: The Beast Within

And after a very worthy review of Part Two, we move to Part Three, this time focusing on the horror within us, the darkness we carry: ‘The Beast Within submerges the readers in this fear and in five distinct exposés stays true to the theme of the anthology, while casting limelight on the internal bestiary …

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Dead Souls Review – Part Two: Once Upon A Time

If ‘Dead Souls’ had a strong and enchanting gravity to lure the reader in with Genesis, which was inhabited by ghoulish and true to authenticity myths and old legends, then One Upon a Time will suck you in this quilt of nightmares, sorrows and surprisingly a few happy endings along the way.

Review of The Phantom Queen Awakes

An interesting review of The Phantom Queen Awakes, by someone not really interested in reading Morrigan Books’ releases (apparently we’re too dark)… …The White Heifer of Fearchair by T.A. Moore. It’s one of the few stories that has absolutely nothing to do with war (or so you may think) and is a retelling of an …

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Dead Souls review part one

It seems that Dead Souls is just so detailed it needs its reviews to be done in stages… Here’s an extract from the first review of several from Temple Library Reviews: …I seek ways to segment the anthology and then dissect the segments. With ‘Dead Souls’ this process is obsolete, since all the stories are …

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Voices review

“Voices” is a nice collection of horror stories that deals more with the supernatural and paranormal aspects of the genre and less or almost not at all with the gory and macabre part. Also the anthology edited by Mark S. Deniz and Amanda Pillar presents new or established authors of the genre and I personally …

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