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Greetings and happy holidays! For those of you in the US, I hope you and your family made it through Thanksgiving all right. The good news? 2020 is almost over. The bad news—the year isn’t over yet. Stay safe. We’ll get through this.
No book news this month, other than to say that I am still writing. Instead, enjoy these reading and viewing recommendations. Cheers.
An invention will affect the fate of the world in this epic novel of wonder and terror by award nominee and bestselling author of suspense novels J. Sharpe.
I just woke up in this ghostly town. There are only a few people living here, although “living” might not be the right word. They just told me that I’m dead. That this is the afterlife. I don’t want to believe them. One thing is for sure though. Whatever is going on here, I’m screwed.
SWEET DREAMS AREN’T MADE OF THESE.
If you love spine chilling horror, full of monsters and great characters, then Dan Soule’s two anthologies of short fiction are the perfect introduction to one of the new talents in horror. Not only that but you also get three of the all time classics to keep you up at night.
There’s a killer on the loose in the ancient Belgium city of Bruges. And the headless torso in the canal is just the start…
For Sheriff Duke Lanoix, Detective Chandler Travis, and forensic anthropologist Roxie Rosedale, their recent investigation in Louisiana is over.
But when they get a call from detectives in Bruges about a torso bearing gruesome similarities to victims from their recent case they are soon heading for Bruges.
In seaside Italy, a Holocaust survivor with a daycare business takes in a 12-year-old street kid who recently robbed her. ‘The Life Ahead’ is showing now on Netflix. It’s a tearjerker of a film, starring the incomparable Sophia Loren.
A man’s solitary life is interrupted when he receives a neighbor’s package bearing a horrifying secret. Check out ‘Wade in the Water,’ a quirky, sad, and moving indie film now showing on Amazon Prime.
Okay, that’s a wrap. See you next month, when I try fitting into my pants after gorging on all those Christmas cookies. Peace and love.