Review: Hellspawn by Ricky Fleet

Book Description: 10.35 AM, September 14th 2015. Portsmouth, England. A global particle physics experiment releases a pulse of unknown energy with catastrophic results. Scientists in their laboratories search desperately for a solution to the broken fabric of existence, but they are already too late, the sanctity of the grave has been sundered. There is no…


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The lovely Ken Preston is giving away a Kindle Paperwhite and all you have to do to enter is answer one VERY easy question. Everyone who enters also receives a free e-book copy of his best-selling book Joe Coffin : Season One. It’s free to enter. Just head here.   Good luck!  


Review: The Lost Film by Stephen Bacon and Mark West

Book Description: Two new horror novellas from Stephen Bacon and Mark West, both set around the theme of searching for and discovering just why some films should be lost forever. Stephen Bacon’s “Lantern Rock” asks just why did cult director Theodore Zafon become a recluse, whereas Mark West’s “The Lost Film” ponders who was Roger Sinclair…


Review: The Last Plague by Rich Hawkins

Book Description: A pestilence has fallen across the land. Run and hide. Seek shelter. Do not panic. The infected WILL find you. When Great Britain is hit by a devastating epidemic, four old friends must cross a chaotic, war-torn England to reach their families. But between them and home, the country is teeming with those…


Review: Behind Closed Doors by Matt Shaw and Others

Sorry to hit you guys with two reviews in one day, but I’m playing catch up. Behind Closed Doors is an anthology revolving around one apartment building. Each story, written by a different author, showcases one of the residents in the building. If nothing else, this collection proves you never really know who your neighbors…


Review: What Gets Left Behind by Mark West

Book Description: In 1981, Gaffney was terrorised by the Rainy Day Abductor. Local girls went missing. And two boys made a terrifying discovery. Now one of them has come home, to try and lay the past to rest. Originally published as a limited edition chapbook (which sold out four months prior to publication) by the…