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[Devil’s Creek Week] – Well Read Beard’s Review

Devil’s CreekBy Todd KeislingBook Release Date: June 16th 2020 Backwoods Cult Horror With Deep, Ancient Cosmic Themes. The locale pulled me in. It bumped this book to the top of the TBR. The book takes place in Daniel Boone National Forest region of Southeastern Kentucky. Very close to the scenic Cumberland Falls and Eagle fallsContinue reading “[Devil’s Creek Week] – Well Read Beard’s Review”

[Review] – “The Devil’s City” Novella

The Devil’s CityBy Sara Tantlinger and Matt Corley Sara Tantlinger and Matt Corley bring us into a mid-19th century Chicago. Our main character is America’s first serial killer – H.H. Holmes. Although, we see the city through the eyes of five point-of-view characters that ultimately become Holme’s victims. Each POV character comes from a differentContinue reading “[Review] – “The Devil’s City” Novella”

[Women In Horror Month] – More Women Authors You May Have Missed

Yes, it has occurred to me that every other WIHM article on Dead Head Reviews has been written by a woman.  (Dammit Patrick…You told me I could do this…) So, hopefully you have read all of the other articles this month.  Those are all poignant, heartfelt, and brilliantly written articles, told from unique viewpoints.  *sigh*Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – More Women Authors You May Have Missed”

[Women In Horror Month] – The Goblets Immortal

By Beth Overmyer It has been many years since I’ve read anything in the fantasy genre, save The Hobbit. Seeing as I’ve made a promise this year to continue expanding what I read, I thought I would give The Goblets Immortal a chance at reeling me back into the land of mystical creatures and wizards.Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – The Goblets Immortal”

[Review] – Piece of Me

By Steve Stred Frostbitten: 12 Hymns of Misery was the third or fourth book I read by Steve Stred in 2019. It was also my first time entering the world you’ll find in Piece of Me, thanks to the story, “For Balder Walks.” It was bleak, enigmatically magical, and frigid – I literally got chillsContinue reading “[Review] – Piece of Me”

[Review] – The Brides of Hanover Block

By Gregor Xane Gregor Xane is fastly becoming my favorite Bizarro(?) author. Is that what you call it? Edward Lorn is on record saying that you can call Gregor bizarro, but really he is a (speculative) fiction writer. Here is what I do know. This books takes you out there, way out there, to someContinue reading “[Review] – The Brides of Hanover Block”

[Mini Reviews] – Quick Takes for Quick Reads

By Andrew Redman Nightfall (Nightmareland Book 1) – by Daniel Barnett 5 out of 5 Darkness has come suddenly. One moment the sun is there, the next it’s gone. People are losing their minds. Terrible things are happening. And no one knows why. Nightfall sets up for something as ambitious and devastating as The Stand.Continue reading “[Mini Reviews] – Quick Takes for Quick Reads”

[Review] From Hell – By Alan Moore

I love graphic novels. They’re like films you can hold in your hands. You can visit them intimately whenever you like. A secret, immersive cinema all for you.  Alan Moore’s From Hell is a trip into an interesting time in history that is stranger than the fiction inspired by it. Alongside Eddie Campbell’s artwork, MooreContinue reading “[Review] From Hell – By Alan Moore”