The Book of Skulls by David Hutchison

David Hutchison is a Scottish writer and filmmaker who was the man responsible for our favourite horror comedy film of 2017 Baobhan Sith (White Fairy). So we were delighted when David asked us if we'd be interested in reviewing his latest project, the self illustrated historic crime mystery The Book of Skulls. The Book of... Continue Reading →

The Book of Malachi by T.C. Farren

Somewhere in Africa terrorists attack a village. Only a child Malachi Dakwaa was lucky to survive with only having his tongue ripped out, so it's hardly surprising that he has grown up into a disturbed adult. However fortune seems to smile on the mute when Raizier Pharmaceuticals offers him the chance to have a new... Continue Reading →

Radio Life by Derek B Miller

Derek B Miller's Radio Life is the lead title from our friends at Jo Fletcher Books for 2021 and its a pretty phenomenal bit of storytelling. In a post apocalyptic future the Central archive of the Commonwealth is searching for lost information from the past. On the other side the Keepers don't want them to... Continue Reading →

Witch Bottle by Tom Fletcher

Not to be confused with the former McFly vocalist and children's author of the same name Tom Fletcher is an author we have been watching since we got our mits on his exceedingly good folk horror novel The Ravenglass Eye back in 2013. Since then we have enjoyed the first two parts of his wildly... Continue Reading →

Petra’s Ghost by C.S. O’Cinneide

Part travelogue part Gothic Horror story Petra's Ghost by C.S. O'Cinneide was inspired by the author's own experience walking the Camino de Santiago. A haunted trek through just part of the 500 year old Spanish pilgrimage route Petra's Ghost takes us on a ride we are likely to remember for a long time to come.... Continue Reading →

The Haunted Shore by Neil Spring

Without a doubt I believe that Neil Spring is one of the best writers working in British horror today along with the likes of Tim Lebbon, Alison Littlewood and James Brogden. We loved his last book The Burning House and his latest novel The Haunted Shore has just been published by our friends at Quercus... Continue Reading →

The Home by Mats Strandberg

Having failed to break into the music business Joel returns home from Stockholm to the village of Skredsby, where he grew up, on the south west coast of Sweden. Sadly, following a heart attack where she technically died and was then brought back by the paramedics in the ambulance, Joel's mother Monika's dementia has been... Continue Reading →

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