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These Lingering Shadows: An Anthology of Gothic and Haunting Tales

THESE LINGERING SHADOWS An Anthology of Gothic and Haunting Tales Brought to you by Daemon Manx and Last Waltz Publishing The anthology is published by Last Waltz Publishing and is available worldwide in e-format Last Waltz Publishing brings you an anthology of gothic tales and horrors for the season, filled with, tragedy, heartbreak, wonderment, and terror. Journey into these thought-provoking

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My Book Review of The Hillside (Warmer collection)

The Hillside by Jane Smiley My rating: 5 of 5 stars A Different View of Humanity What a fascinating tale. I was captivated by the thought of animals dominating over humans and how they perceived what humanity had done to the earth. The hierarchy of society was intriguing, as well. What I liked was High Note’s compassion and curiosity. With

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My Book Review of At the Bottom of New Lake (Warmer collection)

At the Bottom of New Lake by Sonya Larson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Interesting View I liked Chauntao’s view of the world over the teacher’s. It gave an interesting perspective of how disaster broke down the barriers in many ways. It showed that poverty was something much greater than lacking posessions and that the accumulation of “wealth” might

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A Child Alone With Strangers by Philip Fracassi

A Child Alone with Strangers A novel of spell-binding chills by critically acclaimed horror author, Philip Fracassi Henry’s father tells him he will never leave him—then he holds Henry tight and steps into oncoming traffic. Thus begins the young boy’s perilous journey from being raised by family in San Diego to being held prisoner in a remote farmhouse surrounded by

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My Book Review of Signal Moon: A Short Story

Signal Moon by Kate Quinn My rating: 5 of 5 stars What a lovely story I’m a huge historical fiction fan, and I’ve been on a big WWII kick as of late. This short story was right in line with my reading. The paranormal elements reminded me of “Philadelphia Experiment” and “The Lake House.” I liked the characters. They were

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