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Kickass review from Zakk
“Ex Libris The Eyes of Madness, simple and honest reviews from a simple reader…”
“He wore his khaki uniform casually, with his shirt’s top button undone, his sunglasses dangling by one arm from his left front pocket. The well-oiled Colt .45 in his holster was the one he had carried in Korea. And when he spoke—with a southern twang that got even twangier when he was dealing with tourists—he stood with his legs crossed and his right hand resting on the weapon’s butt.
Seeing him for the first time, strolling slowly up to the side of your car with his belly sticking out just a bit and his cowboy boots grey with road dust, it wasn’t hard to imagine him spitting chaw while he looked your northern ass up and down and wondered how much money…
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Another great list of 2016 Horror Fiction with ODD MAN OUT at the top!
I read 71 books in 2016, a great many of them were 2016 releases. Many of those 2016 stories were fantastic. I also squeezed in a few these first couple weeks of January. Making my Top 10 was hard as hell, so I’m putting up my Top 20 2016 novels and my Top 10 2016 novellas.
Let’s get to it.
TOP 10 NOVELLAS of 2016:
- ODD MAN OUTby James Newman
- WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells
- JEDI SUMMER by John Boden
- WOMAN IN WHITEby Kristin Dearborn
- OF FOSTER HOMES AND FLIES by Chad Lurtzke
- VICKI BEAUTIFULby Somer Canon
- MANIA by Lucas Mangum
- THE WINTER BOXby Tim Waggoner
- THE NIGHT CYCLISTby Stephen Graham Jones
- WHERE WOLVES RUNby Jason Parent
TOP 20 NOVELS of 2016:
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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.
Feast your eyes on this gorgeous cover for the next original novel from Bloodshot Books:
THE BOULEVARD MONSTER by Jeremy Hepler.
Mark your calendars. This bad bird goes to print in mid-April.