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Has Stephen King become too nice?

11/22/63 by Stephen King At first, I avoided reading this book, partly because I’d sworn of Stephen King and partly because I knew any book about stopping the Kennedy assassination was probably a baby boomer nostalgia fest. But the book landed … Continue reading

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Review of Raven’s Gate

Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz Matt, a troubled 14-year-old, goes a step too far and lands himself in England’s juvenile court system. He opts for a special rehab project that sends him to the countryside, only to find himself trapped … Continue reading

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Fantastic Recommends: Anna Dressed in Blood

Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake Cas Lowood is a ghost hunter. He’s got a knife and an inherited power that allows him to take out the real baddies, the ghosts who kill. Following a tip, he travels a … Continue reading

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Psyched out

So I was interviewed recently on damosays.com. Horror author and blogger Damien Kelly somehow managed to peg me as a crazy, potentially murderous hippie! I can own up to at least one of those descriptors. OK, maybe two. . . … Continue reading

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