Book Review: Industrial Divinity by Regina Watts

Imagine a sadomasochistic performance artist who could die and resurrect over and over again. Who could be flayed, dismembered, devoured, and subjected to any number of artful atrocities. That’s the premise of Industrial Divinity. Watts takes this premise, does pretty much everything you could imagine with it, and some things you probably couldn’t. The book …

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Book Review: Death Angel’s Shadow by Karl Edward Wagner

Three excellent Kane stories from fantasy legend Karl Edward Wagner. ‘Reflections of the Winter of My Soul’ sees Kane holed up at a noble’s isolated estate in the middle of a miserable winter. Unfortunately the cold isn’t the only enemy; a shape-shifting abomination is preying on the living, and Kane has to figure out who …

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Book Review: Cemetery Closing (Everything Must Go) by Jeff Strand

The last Andrew Mayhem book is one of the best. The fifth Mayhem book sees our unlucky hero travel to the rainforest to help a suspicious podcaster search for buried pirate treasure. Which leads, of course, to danger, murder, and, well, mayhem, as you may well have guessed. Skinned bodies on sticks are only the …

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Book Review: Lost Homicidal Maniac (Answers to ‘Shirley’) by Jeff Strand

Yet another thrilling and hilarious Andrew Mayhem story. Mayhem is back, and getting into even more trouble. This time the trouble is slightly more plausible, as the villain from the last book, Mr. Burke, is still alive, and is seeking revenge. Mayhem gets swept up in Burke’s vengeful scheme whilst also getting embroiled in a …

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Book Review: Suckers by J.A. Konrath and Jeff Strand

A hilarious comedy-horror team-up packaged with loads of extra goodies. Wise-cracking trouble magnet Andrew Mayhem teams up with the slovenly smartarse Harry McGlade to take on some bloodsucking freaks in a gonzo suburban nightmare. This book also features a bunch of awesome Mayhem and McGlade solo stories, including ‘The Necro File,’ which is hands-down the …

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