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Revenant by Jeffrey Kosh

In forty-one pages the author packs more of a punch than most novels of the genre’. The character development is complete and gives us all we need to know. The locale is well described and draws the reader into the … Continue reading

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Hidden in the Amethyst (Amelia Maylock Book 2) by Jason Ellis

Hidden in the Amyethyst is the second book in the Amelia Maylock series by Jason Ellis. While it is the second it does stand well alone for anyone who has not read the previous book The 12th Year Awakening. Summer … Continue reading

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Cry of the Raven (Darkness Unleashed) by R.G. Porter

After an attack on his village that leaves many dead and all the community in mourning, Galen is given a vision in a dream. He must give a warning to a young woman that she is in danger. He passes … Continue reading

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FRANKENSTEIN: Return From the Wasteland by Billie Sue Mosiman

A Must Read, this one you don’t want to miss! Parents’ Little Black Book did not receive a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a review. We have reviewed Ms. Mosiman before and this short story … Continue reading

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The Vampire’s Treaty by Matt Shaw

With tongue firmly in cheek, history fractured beyond redemption and literature rewritten with abandon our author leads us on a merry tale of vampires, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. In a small town in the Carpathians … Continue reading

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Marysvale by Jared Southwick

Mr. Southwick brings us into a part of colonial America that is remote and removed from the larger more populated areas. Steeped in superstition and governed by people who rule by tyranny, it is not a place where a person … Continue reading

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Feed by Jerry W. McKinney

The vampire novel in extreme: “Feed” takes you on a journey with Ian as he goes from a quiet middle class life to the realization that he has been made into a vampire. All Ian wanted was an evening with … Continue reading

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