Devils In Dark Houses by B. E. Scully
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: DEVILS IN DARK HOUSES by B. E. Scully
This is literary horror in fine fettle, a collection of subtly horrifying vignettes, interwoven into a thought-provoking, terrifying tapestry certain to lodge itself into the reader's mind and linger there for an extended duration. This is the Pacific Northwest as you've probably never witnessed: gritty, deep, complex, and riveting. Each vignette Is complete in and of itself, connected by the framework of two city homicide detectives, Cass Shirdon and Monte Martinez.
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