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The Stairwell by Dean Bryant

It is always exciting to discover a fine novelist whose work you haven’t read before, and Dean Bryant has certainly written an exciting debut novel. The Stairwell was recently published by darkstroke, an imprint of Crooked Cat Books. The Blurb Frightful visions. An unknown manipulator. A force from beyond reason. Brandon Chapman arrives home to …

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Interview with Andrew Marsh

I am pleased to be joined on the blog today by author and fellow Swanwicker, Andrew Marsh. Thank you for joining me today, Andrew. I appreciate your time.  1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I am 56 and have retired from a career as a geologist and now write novels in a …

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School’s Out by Christophe Dufosse

  School’s Out was the book recommended by my book group that meets in the local library.  It is the eerie frist novel written by Christophe du Fosse.  This book has received terrific critical acclaim and Dufosse makes his debt to Stephen King clear in one of the novel’s two epigraphs. However, I do not think …

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