Book review: Devil’s Row – Matt Serafini

  I love a good Werewolf story, especially one in which entrails are spilt at regular intervals and bones shift into place with a vicious cracking as the wolf comes to the fore. In this tale of the hunters becoming the hunted, Matt Serafini certainly does deliver the gore and the wicked transformations in style….

Book review: The Damned – Tarn Richardson

With Halloween edging ever closer, I figured it high time I read something appropriate for this special time of year. Tarn Richardson’s Darkest Hand trilogy gets off to a fantastic start with this, the opening novel, The Damned. It is a novel bursting with memorable scenes, realistic dialogue, great characters and bloody lycanthropic action! I…

Interview: Tarn Richardson has RISEN to talk to The Grim Reader!

Earlier this year, Tarn Richardson wrote an excellent essay about Werewolves and the Catholic Inquisition! (if you missed it, shame on you, but, I’m a nice guy and so I will point you in the right direction. Go here-LINK) The essay coincided with the release of book 2 in his Darkest Hand trilogy called ‘The…

Guest post: Tarn Richardson talks Werewolves and the Catholic Inquisition!!

Today I have a guest post from author, Tarn Richardson. The second book in his ‘Darkest Hand Trilogy’ is released on the 14th March. Tarn talks about the Catholic Inquisition and Werewolves! Were these savage beasts a product of ex-communication from the Catholic faith? Read on and draw your own conclusions. I always appreciate guest…

Book review: Mongrels – Stephen Graham Jones

I’ve actually had this book on my Kindle for a long time. Reviews and other commitments have somehow managed to get in the way of me reading it. Finally, earlier this year I took time out from the review list and read something for me! This is something I will be doing a lot more…