Noirlathotep: Tales of Lovecraftian Crime – Paul Brian McCoy & Jennifer King )Eds.) – Review

“The writers featured in the anthology have produced some of the finest and most intense, detailed and enjoyable Mythos fiction that I have read in quite some time, and all demonstrate an distinctive understanding of cosmic horror, noir crime, and how best to blend those genres together…”

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Operation: Siberia – William Meikle – Review

“All in all, Operation: Siberia is another winner from Mr Meikle. It’s a short, sharp and effective piece of writing that once again illustrates his range as a writer…”

Andersonville – Edward M. Erdelac – Review

Andersonville is engagingly written, sharply plotted and has  a well-realised cast of characters…this is one of the best horror novels I have ever read, and cannot recommend it highly enough…”

The Statement of Andrew Doran – Matthew Davenport – Review

“…Davenport has written a fantastically pulpy, fists-swinging, guns-blazing, magical lightning-hurling action-adventure that readily proves that not all Mythos tales need to be grim, foreboding and often achingly depressing in order to be successful or authentic…”