Tag: indie horror

10 Horror Books That Shocked Me

As someone who finds it just about impossible to feel outright fear when reading, I appreciate, as well as seek out, the other emotions that the written word can summon – shock being one of them. Shock value can either be a hit or… Continue Reading “10 Horror Books That Shocked Me”

Call Drops by John F. Leonard

Vincent Preece’s treasure is other peoples’ junk. Rooting around second-hand shops is his top hobby, yet times have changed over the years. Things have become too clean, too orderly, without that original layer of grease. Still, car boot sales still manage to get it right. and Vincent lands the jackpot when he discovers an old mobile phone, one that doesn’t seem normal. Soon enough, a call comes through, and his life will never be the same.

Moonstruck by Graeme Reynolds (2016 Review)

Now in police custody, John Simpson is quickly running out of options. His face is all over the news for the grisly murders of multiple people, and the full moon is vast approaching yet again. If that wasn’t bad enough, a squad of professional killers have been sent to take him out. He’s a threat, an apparent moonstruck, with no control over his monster – or so the pack believes. John’s not the only one in danger however; those that know too much must be silenced, including the law enforcement involved with the High Moor investigation.