Blog Tour Review! Dear Mr Pop Star by Derek and Dave Philpot from Unbound

Unique. Charming. Engaging. Nostalgic at times. But most of all a huge amount of fun Available to buy at: E-Book Hardback available from your retailer of choice. Dear Mr Pop Star’s concept is simple in its design and stunning in its execution. Lyrics from popular music are taken literally and letters written to their authors … Continue reading Blog Tour Review! Dear Mr Pop Star by Derek and Dave Philpot from Unbound

Review: Rattus New Yorkus by Hunter Shea from Lyrical Press / Kensington Publishing

Brutal. Graphically gory. Fast. Furious. Reminiscent of 80s horror creature features. A hugely fun read for the horror fan. Available to buy at: E-Book When a new poison makes its way to exterminators in New York, it doesn’t have quite the desired effect. This is a story about accidentally genetically modified ultra violent rats swarming … Continue reading Review: Rattus New Yorkus by Hunter Shea from Lyrical Press / Kensington Publishing

Review: An Isolated Incident by Emily Maguire from Lightning Books

Thought provoking Australian crime drama. Unexpected. Challenging. Utterly compelling. Available to buy at: E-Book (Kobo)     E-Book (Kindle)     Paperback An Isolated Incident confounds expectations. It starts out as what appears to be a crime book in the typical sense. A popular local girl, Bella Michaels, in small town Australia goes missing, her body is … Continue reading Review: An Isolated Incident by Emily Maguire from Lightning Books

Review: Chainsaw by John Bender from Lockdown Press

The White-Trash Chainsaw Robbery. Funny. Violent. Fucked Up. Fast and furious sleazy redneck horror. Huge fun – if you can stomach it. Available to buy at: E-Book     Paperback In the early 1980s in the UK, there was a debate about the affect of so called Video Nasty’s on the minds of young people. Ultimately … Continue reading Review: Chainsaw by John Bender from Lockdown Press

Review: The Last Days of Disco by David F Ross from Orenda Books

Scottish comedy drama. Funny. Moving. Full of life and passion. Great music. Not suitable for Tories. Available to buy at: E-Book     Paperback Set in working class Ayrshire in 1982, this is a book most definitely not suitable for Tories. The struggles of the working class at that time, the crushing pressure of record unemployment, … Continue reading Review: The Last Days of Disco by David F Ross from Orenda Books

Review: We Are Always Watching by Hunter Shea from Sinister Grin Press

Tense. Classic horror influence. Identifiable characters. An explosive, dramatic finale. What more could you want from a horror novel. Available to buy at: Paperback / Limited Edition Hardback     E-Book If you were to visit me at home, going up the stairs you would pass an autographed Iron Maiden poster (circa 1985) and at the … Continue reading Review: We Are Always Watching by Hunter Shea from Sinister Grin Press

Review: Satan’s Sorority by Graham Wynd from Fahrenheit Thirteen

Available to buy at: ePub e-book     Kindle e-book     Paperback Reads like the very best of classic 50s and 60s horror. It’s a Hammer movie on the page. Not for the faint hearted. At times pure filth, in the best possible way. Satan’s Sorority is a short sharp read. Like the classic Hammer horror … Continue reading Review: Satan’s Sorority by Graham Wynd from Fahrenheit Thirteen