Tag Archives: Dark Fiction

“Bitter Orange” – by Marshall Moore

What would you do if you found out that you could be invisible to the people around you, but only when performing morally questionable acts? Would you exercise this ability? Bitter Orange attempts to explore this rather fascinating situation through … Continue reading

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“Head of Words” – by Chris Ward

With thirteen in a single bedroom apartment things can get a little cozy, especially when each resident has a decidedly singular character. But this suits Dan just fine – that is, until a crisis leaves him bewildered and alone. Head … Continue reading

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“Martyrs & Monsters” – by Robert Dunbar

In various shades of dark and darker, Robert Dunbar presents a collection of short and often disturbing little tales. I had been interested in sampling the work of this author for some time, his name often associated with a sub-genre … Continue reading

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“The Speed of Winter” – by B. Morris Allen

Faced with possible extinction on Earth, humanity has taken a chance. It has invested everything in casting the seeds of humankind to several distant planets in the hope of securing a future for the species. What new worlds would we … Continue reading

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“The Tube Riders” – by Chris Ward

In a future Britain where travel is restricted and the Governor┬árules with an iron fist, the Tube Riders stumble across a secret and become Mega Britain’s most wanted. The Tube Riders is a book in which several scruffy, disenfranchised youths … Continue reading

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“Speed Dating with the Dead” – by Scott Nicholson

Wayne “Digger” Wilson convenes his paranormal circus at the White Horse Inn – to give his clients a show, to make a profit and to keep a promise to the dead. The White Horse wants something in return and it … Continue reading

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“The Survival of Thomas Ford” – by John A. A. Logan

After a motoring accident leaves his wife dead, Thomas Ford is left in hospital with only fragmented memories of how he survived and how his wife died, of a car and its strange bird-like driver forcing him off the road … Continue reading

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“Northwoods Deep” – by Joel Arnold

Something’s in the woods – something ancient. Will you survive it? Northwoods Deep is what I would call a true horror. It has a dark power at its heart with which you become acquainted over the story by way of … Continue reading

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“Loss” – by Glen Krisch

Angie has suffered a devastating loss. Her husband has been killed in a car accident in the snow and she was the driver. This is basically where we start with Loss. Glen Krisch wants to tell a story with this … Continue reading

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