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New review for “They Are Among Us”

I found a new review of “They Are Among Us” online the other day while I was out of town. I had been expecting a review (I submitted the book, after all), but didn’t know it went live.

This review comes from Jim Morazzini over at Beneath the Underground. Check out their site, their reviews, and all the good they’re doing for horror over there. My thanks to them for taking the time to read and review the book.

And now, the truth is surprises can be good or bad, so I’ll let you decide, Brownies. You can read the full review here, or just enjoy the snippets below.

“… the revelation is still effective even though you know it going into the story.”

“Indeed at times it feels like it was composed of Tarantino’s From Dusk Til Dawn leftovers.”

“Still the good outweighs the bad by a large margin here and the ending leaves room for a sequel that I wouldn’t mind reading.”




This (not) just in, but if you haven’t heard, I’ll be down in La Grange, KY on Saturday selling and signing books.

The Where:  Karen’s Book Barn!
The When:   Saturday, 12/12 from 2-5pm
The Who:     Myself and fellow Post Mortem Press author, Josef Matulich.

Rumor has it Josef is bringing his Arcanum Faire series with him and I’ll have my whole entourage as well: They Are Among Us, Necromancer, and Men of Five.

Karen’s Book Barn has been home to the launch of every Victor McCain novel to date. If you haven’t read Tony Acree’s supernatural thrillers, you’re missing a treat. If you remember, Tony guest posted on my blog last year. He wrote about sucking.

I’ve also heard that the boss of PMPress will be present as well. That means I hope you all show up and buy something, so I don’t get fired.

For more information, feel free to contact me or check out the awesome Facebook Event page here: Book Signing at Karen’s Book Barn