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Swollen Identity (McCall & Company Book 2) – a Review

Some people seem to have a knack for getting themselves in trouble and embroiled in hard-to-get-out-of situations. Kate McCall is one of those people. What presents itself to her as a simple case always turns out to be so much more, and because of that, she winds up about to be arrested, handcuffed and arrested,…

A Necessary Evil – a Review

Is taking the law into your own hands ever a good idea? Would the personal satisfaction it brings outweigh just how illegal it is? Kurt Jamison and Frankie Cartwright grew up as best friends. They were inseparable. But then something tragic happened that forever separated them. Kurt became a policeman. Frankie became a criminal mastermind.…

A Hell for All Seasons – a Review

This is a fantastic collection of short stories. Each one is horrific in its own way. From demons and the occult to curiosity and hypocrisy, the way one wrong turn can completely change a life is subtly and chillingly demonstrated. The way you look at things, including dreams, and the way you think is liable…

Vices and Virtues: A Horror Anthology – a Review

From weird happenings in the woods to an empathic girl to the Suicide Forest in Japan, these stories are about things such as remembrance, empathy, vanity, lust, etc. “The Girl Who Died” – A girl who loves animals better than people has pity on an animal that she finds dead in the woods. She decided…

Shadow Lord – a Review

Something rotten is going on in the world of the aventurieri, the winged, nocturnal hunters with a dietary need for blood. Yes, they are a type of vampire. But the aventurieri can eat food, have wings, are able to reproduce, and can be shot with regular bullets. In the violent beginning, Marek Strigoi’s family is…