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James Newman lets in linger on Cemetery Dance

In the 2 months since the release of the Bloodshot Books edition of James Newman’s novella, Odd Man Out, it has been receiving accolades across the board. Readers have compared it to Jack Ketchum’s classic The Girl Next Door and stated that it couldn’t be more timely considering the nation’s current political climate.

Now, in an exclusive article on Cemetery Dance, James reveals the many inspirations for this important tale. Take some time to read it. I am certain you won’t regret it.


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