By 6th March 2013Uncategorised

So far this year, I’ve been setting aside the last couple of hours before bedtime to catch up on reading for pleasure (always the first thing to go, followed by writing, when life takes over), but I’m going to slip out new recommendations on here and on my blog when my position gets overrun by enthusiasm. And for me, AT FEAR’S ALTAR by Richard Gavin is another gem of a single-author horror anthology. I finished the book last week and, to my taste, at least five great modern horror stories are included in this volume. There’s terrific writing here and a powerful imagination on full power to the last page, delivering a sense that something vast, though often unseen, is close to each story, which I love in weird tales. Outstanding.

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