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Review – “The Quiet Road” by Annie Frame

Review – “The Quiet Road” by Annie Frame

I am a fan of horror and supernatural fiction – when it’s done right.  I love a story that explores good versus evil; light versus dark.  I also love a good ghost story.  It’s always interesting to see someone else’s take on the supernatural world and what they think is lurking behind the curtain, just off stage.  With that in mind, I was asked to review “The Quiet Road” (full disclosure – I received a copy of this book from the publisher for purposes of this review.) I was intrigued by one line in particular from the back cover synopsis – “Can he save his soul from darkness, and can he save the souls of others who cannot help themselves?” It sounded like a good place to start a story.

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Review – “20th Century Ghosts” by Joe Hill

Review – “20th Century Ghosts” by Joe Hill

20th Century Ghosts” is a collection of short stories by Joe Hill.  For those unfamiliar with Joe Hill (as I was before picking up this book) – he is not only a promising young writer, he is also the son of Stephen King.  I must confess that I did not know that going in.  In hindsight, it’s hard not to see the family resemblance in the jacket photo.  I had to ask myself after reading the book, though – was there a professional resemblance as well?

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