In the hands of mystery author Michaela Thompson, St. For fans of suspense thrillers — a tense tale of murder, conspiracy, and revenge. When a murder case lands on the desk of an experienced cop with an unblemished record, it looks like business as usual. But solving this one will test his principles right to the breaking point…. Cancer took his wife, and drugs put his son in rehab. All he has left is his badge. When a teenage girl is kidnapped, it brings back nightmares from the worst case he ever worked — the one that tore his life to shreds and forced him out of Philadelphia.
All the fun of Mardi Gras, without the hangover. With intrigue from the very start, follow a journey full of twists and turns towards knowing true darkness. Awaiting you is a dramatic ending with a difficult twist. Kindle Wasp Uncommon Enemies Book 1 by Fiona Quinn: If you like fast-paced novels with brilliant strong characters and lots of action, then this book is for you. Then it started snowing in May and the grid failed. Then they came. Who are they? And what do they want? Find out in this short fast-paced survival horror thriller that will leave you wanting more.
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She becomes a woman on the hunt. But will she be the hunter? She knows her sentence will be difficult, but what awaits her is far more terrifying than anything she could have ever imagined. But his three teenage children have had enough. They have devised a plan for redemption. The missing girl may hold the answer if she could only be found. Kindle Too Many Hats by William Curatolo: In a light take on the Noir tradition, partners in a successful New Jersey Biotech Drug Discovery company succumb to the temptations of extracurricular activities that are ultimately self-destructive and find themselves in conflict with the underworld, herbal remedy hucksters, the U.
At their first meeting, Darryl entrusts Tubby with an ordinary gym bag. As we near the end of where did the year go!? I have many thanks to give to my family, of course, but I want to share my Dreadful Tales-related thanks here today. I am thankful to be a part of this wonderful family of literature obsessives who all share my passion for horror fiction and have turned me on to all sorts of wonderful authors that I may not know otherwise. But when I follow the bread crumbs back to where it all began it led right to Rue Morgue Magazine. The truth is Rue Morgue Magazine kinda changed my life.
When I was offered a job about 4 hours away in Northwest Ohio, former home to the Gleefully Macabre writer Jeff Strand, I traded in my corn cobs for buckeyes and never looked back. This is still the Midwest, so the brutal winters, backyard BBQs, and sports fanaticism make me feel right at home, but I still left behind all the people I love.
So, with plenty of time on my hands and no cable to rot my brain, I got back into reading. I was never a big horror fiction reader though. About 5 years ago all that changed. On an excursion to the bookstore just 45 minutes away from my new home, the Grindhouse cover of Rue Morgue Magazine caught my eye.
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It was issue Despite being a horrorhound in my youth, growing up on a steady diet of cheesy b-movies, sci-fi oddities, and slashers, I had no idea there was such a thing as a horror mag. I indulged in horror movies, but when it came to rags I stuck with my Sassy Magazine, until it went defunct. On the ride home, with my then-boyfriend at the wheel, I tore into Rue Morgue Magazine issue 66 and it blew my mind!
That Christmas in , my boyfriend gifted me a subscription and I knew he was the man I would marry! I always discover something new, overlooked, or forgotten in Rue Morgue Magazine. I sought out many of the cult classics they featured, or just regular good ole classics, that I missed in my youth and started rebuilding my horror arsenal. But more than just discovering new favorites and celebrating old memories, Rue Morgue is the reason I am writing this today.
I never nerded out on a message board before, but when I found out there was an online hangout for followers of my beloved mag, I signed up. I started posting on the Rue Morgue Mortuary boards in I peeked in and out of various threads trying to find a place and eventually ended up hanging out in the Grim Readers thread on a daily basis. While my compadres read the latest Bryan Smith, John Everson, Edward Lee, and a number of other current horror writers, I was digging back into the classics. When it came to contemporary horror fiction I had no idea where to begin.
Even if I picked a household name like Stephen King, where the hell do you start!? I loved it! And little did I know that would be the subject of my first review ever. That first Dweller review was for Destroy The Brain , which I also discovered through the Rue Morgue Mortuary family, and I was only able to do it because Colum gave me the encouragement and Andy Triefenbach gave me a chance. Eventually, Colum had his little black heart set on starting something bigger and badder than Paperback Horror, which was my go-to for all things horror fiction back then, and asked me to come along for the ride.
So, here I am. Thanks to Rue Morgue for existing, but a deep, heartfelt, most sincere thanks to the best friends I have never met. Colum, thank you for encouraging me to take this passion one step further. Shelagh, thank you for joining us in this mission, bringing things together, and always reigning us in!
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Pat, thank you for inspiring me to read more and write better. Jason, thank you for joining the team, being a great late night Twitter pal, and offering sage advice to a hopeful amateur. Thanks to them, my book collection has grown exponentially over the years. With their suggestions and book-swapping, my shelf overfloweth with macabre reads! We love scary books for any and all holidays. If Valentines Day gets scary, or Thanksgiving yields a tale of turkey terror, we will have front row seats. Hershel, a traveller, walks into a village on the first night of Hanukkah expecting to find a celebration, but the village is dark and quiet.
Hershel decides he must help. He must manage to light the Hanukkah candles each night despite the goblins, and on the eighth night the king of the goblins must light them himself.
Nobody expects him to make it back out, but off he goes anyway. Using his quick wits and cleverness, he manages to outsmart the goblins in a variety of creative ways and get the candles lit each of the first seven nights. But how will he survive when the powerful goblin king appears on the eighth night, and how could he possibly manage to get the Hanukkah-hating creature to light the candles himself?
Grab a copy and find out how Hershel saves the holiday. Fun and even a little educational with a supernatural threat to overcome, this Caldecott Honor book is worth a read. The illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman A several-time Caldecott winner herself are atmospheric and generally superb. We love it. This is the DIY ethic I grew up with.
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