Finally I found the perfect creepy and atmospheric book I’ve been looking for all week. The Hollow Places updates Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows, published in 1907, for modern readers. “Pray They Are Hungry” Kara, nicknamed Carrot, moves in with her uncle Earl in his taxidermy-filled Wonder Museum. She is helping
In Come to Light, Emit’s wife, Julia, and two of her friends went missing six years ago while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. When the skull of one of the friends is found after a storm on the PCT, Emit suspects his wife’s stalker ex-boyfriend, Guillaume. Unfortunately, Julia’s sister, Sara,
Lon Chaney Speaks more than ninety years after his death in this excellent graphic novel biography. Lon Chaney was famous for his ability to turn himself into completely different looking, and scary, monsters. Everyone knows his iconic Phantom of the Opera and Hunchback of Notre Dame. But some of his
A Mexican drug cartel accidentally sees their former employee, an infamous killer named Ramirez, in an Arizona vacuum store. Could an assassin be in hiding as a mild-mannered vacuum repairman? The cartel is convinced and their assassins come Gunning for Ramirez! The art was my favorite part of this novel.
The publisher’s blurb for Consensual Hex sounds intriguing. “A coven of queer witches at an elite women’s college employ their powers to exact revenge on the frat boy warlocks who are using magic to cover up sexual assault on campus.” It sounds like campy fantasy fun like The Craft movie.