Interview With Glen R. Krisch

  Let’s get the vitals out of the way – Name: Glen Krisch Marital Status: Married Children: three sons Pets: three dogs Ghosts: two Into The Macabre: Two ghosts? This I have to hear! Glen: Well, I guess you could say we currently have one ghost. The other one we left behind when we movedContinue reading “Interview With Glen R. Krisch”

Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell – Paul Kane

I have a confession. Before reading this book, I had no clue who Paul Kane was. Apparently, to the people in the know, he is the leading guru on Clive Barker’s Hellraiser films and mythos (outside of Barker, of course). So you’ll have to excuse me for being late to the party. What I doContinue reading “Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell – Paul Kane”

Mayan Blue – Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason

  Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason are described as “The Sisters of Slaughter” and Mayan Blue is their debut. And a confused debut it is. Four students and their assistant professor head for the mountains of Georgia where they are to meet up with their professor who feels he’s made a great discovery that willContinue reading “Mayan Blue – Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason”

Gods & Monsters – Gord Rollo

Let’s get right into this one: Divine Intervention – A priest has lost his faith and is looking for a sign. Be careful what you wish for. Not really my bag. It didn’t do much for me. 2 1/2 stars out of 5 Chamber of the Gods – Lovecraftian-influenced tale about a commercial pilot thatContinue reading “Gods & Monsters – Gord Rollo”

Veteran’s Affairs – Joseph Hirsch

  Joey Sullivan not only brought home a debilitating case of PTSD from Iraq, he also brought home something else. The ability to converse with the spirits of dying veterans. They haunt his dreams and will not leave him alone until he agrees to grant them favors that they can’t do for themselves. What seemedContinue reading “Veteran’s Affairs – Joseph Hirsch”

The Monster Underneath – Matthew Franks

The Monster Underneath is the maiden voyage for Matthew Franks and I have to say that I am really impressed. He has a masters degree in counseling and he uses that knowledge as the foundation of The Monster Underneath. Max Crawford is an unusual psychologist for the Texas prison system. He has a special psychicContinue reading “The Monster Underneath – Matthew Franks”