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    Twists and turns.

    This volume is full of good twists and turns. The collection of stories in this set are full of characters that you can get right into the story with and follow them as they face uncertain events. If you are thinking about getting this ebook and have not read the others then don't hesitate to start from the beginning because you will not be sorry.
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    An excellent collection by some well known names.

    This is the fourth volume and they are beginning to remind me of the horror collections I used get back in the 1980s edited by Charles Grant. You'd know at least half the stories that would knock your socks off and after this latest book, I was barefoot again. Clive Barker has always been one of my favorites and here he provides an interesting and heartbreaking look at The Departed and where they go. Or don't. I loved Lisa Morton's Monster's of LA, and was excited to see her work included here. The New War is a solid story of a veteran who finds out that war is constant, and some enemies can't be beaten, only denied. Ray Garton's Sammy Comes Home was one of the best surprises I've had in a long time. The title alone screamed 'Pet Sematary'' to my hind brain but that wasn't even close. I'd say more, but that would ruin it, and it would be wrong. Ed Gorman's The Brasher Girl was a cool mix of Stephen King's earlier work like Carrie or Christine, mushed together with a 1960s scifi 'B' movie. Kind of. He describes it as a King homage (or theft) but I'll stick with the former. It is a fun ride, though I had the ending before I got there. The final entry, Heather Graham's Creature Feature, didn't work for me at all. Not sure if the venue or the subject didn't ring true, or was just too far out of tune for me ever to have a chance. Oh well, four out five ain't bad!
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