Monday, June 11, 2018

Slash of Crimson and Other Tales by Carl R. Moore Review



Book Synopsis for Slash of Crimson and Other Tales: 

SLASH OF CRIMSON AND OTHER TALES offers two novellas and six short stories that combine an intoxicating mix of horror, crime noir, and alt-mythology. Its title story spins a dark maritime yarn about Drew Aldrin, a young guitarist and street rough, who takes a harrowing journey with a red-eyed beauty who claims she's from Atlantis. The half-dozen brutal and sardonic short stories that follow tell of lost souls tortured by demons and far worse. The final novella, Torn from the Devil's Chest, serves unsuspecting Sociology student Lyla Banes a deliciously disturbing feast of deception and trust-destroying lust. Indulge yourself in a collection that guarantees to thrill the senses while it shocks the nerves 
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About the author: CARL R. MOORE lives in upstate New York with his wife Sarah and two daughters, Maddy and Izzy. His fiction has appeared in numerous other magazines and anthologies. When he’s not writing or working the night shift, he enjoys playing guitar and walking miles through the woods. News and contact information can be found on his website, Links for Slash of Crimson and Other Tales:
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My Review:
I love a good horror film/book. I have been reading Stephen King since I was 8, and it takes a lot to scare me. this book did. There were times that I had to have my hubby check the doors. What I really like though is that there are 8 different stories, each ready to scare you in a different way. This collection would make a great miniseries on television. I recommend reading this book with the lights on! I am giving this book a/. I was given a copy, all opinions are my own. 

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