The Halloween Man: A Supernatural Thriller * Douglas Clegg

Halloween Is for Scary Reading , which Fiona tried to point out to her, but Tamara would have none of it. “It’s worshiping the Devil, bottom line,” Tamara said. “And I only wish we were living a couple hundred years back. They knew what to do with Devil worshipers back then.” Who is this man?Continue reading “The Halloween Man: A Supernatural Thriller * Douglas Clegg”

Rosemary’s Baby * Ira Levin Book Review

“It’s one thing to refer to the book,” Levin wrote of Rosemary’s Baby , “as being ‘generally credited or blamed for having sparked the current revival of occultism,’ and another to recognize, as I have in the past few years (writing in 1990), that the blame may be real and weighty.” The preponderance of horrorContinue reading “Rosemary’s Baby * Ira Levin Book Review”

The Mailman – Bentley Little Book Review

Let me tell you about a story that happened well before we had internet. Well before emails were a way of communication. Before we had mobile phones and easy communication methods at our disposal. This is when “The Mailman” takes place. This is the story of horrifying abuse of power (as mailmen and mailwomen areContinue reading “The Mailman – Bentley Little Book Review”

The man in the black coat * Stephen King Short Story

A man in his eighties should be well past the terrors of childhood, but as my infirmities slowly creep up on me, like waves licking closer and closer to some indifferently built castle of sand, that terrible face grows clearer and clearer in my mind’s eye. It glows like a dark star in the constellationsContinue reading “The man in the black coat * Stephen King Short Story”

Joe Hill * Horns

If you are not getting enough drama from the daily news, if you are looking for a paranormal story of death, murder, betrayal, rape and revenge, look no further than Joe Hill’s Horns. Ig Perrish wakes up the day after the one year anniversary of his girlfriend’s death. He drank way too much the nightContinue reading “Joe Hill * Horns”

Dean Koontz * Deeply Odd

“The world howls for social justice, but when it comes to social responsibility, you sometimes can’t even hear crickets chirping.” I have loved this book much as I loved most of the Dean Koontz books I have read (and I have read my fair share of them). Oddie is back and while he was youngContinue reading “Dean Koontz * Deeply Odd”

The Mortal Instruments Series * Cassandra Clare

A thousand years ago, the Angel Raziel mixed his blood with the blood of men and created the race of the Nephilim. Human-angel hybrids, they walk among us, unseen but ever-present, our invisible protectors. They call themselves Shadowhunters. The Shadowhunters obey the laws set down in the Gray Book, given to them by the angel:Continue reading “The Mortal Instruments Series * Cassandra Clare”