The Dead of Winter (Luc Vanier #1)

It’s Christmas Eve and the Montreal police are dealing with the discovery of five corpses from the city’s homeless population.  Inspector Luc Vanier doesn’t believe in coincidences and is ruling the deaths as suspicious.  When reports come back that the deceased were poisoned, Luc must race to find the guilty party before more bodies pile…

Razorblade Tears

Reformed criminal Ike Randolph has cultivated a careful life with the goal of staying out of the prying eyes of the law.  But when he’s subjected to a parent’s worst nightmare – burying your child – Ike takes the failure of the law as fuel to solve the murders of his son, Isaiah, and his…

A Few Christmas Reads

Looking for something to read now that the Christmas season has us fully in its grasp? Well, look no further! I’ve got a list of seasonal stories for you. Frost At Christmas (1984) Now, it’s been about a decade since I’ve read this one. My fiancee is a huge fan of R.D. Wingfield’s Inspector Jack…

The Devil All The Time

The Devil All The Time is one of those books where everyone I know who has read it has had nothing but exceptional things to say about it. So, why the hell did it take me so long to read it? If you’re looking for fiction that is as gritty as sandpaper covered in broken…

Horrorstör

Orsk, an Ikea knockoff furniture store in Cleveland, seems to have a vandalism problem. When employees show up every morning for their shift, they find products in shambles as well as what appear to be bodily fluids left behind. Unable to catch the perpetrators on camera, a store manager and a small group of employees…

Tender is the Flesh

Still reeling from the departure of his wife and struggling to maintain a connection with his dying father, Marcos continues to push through his days working in a butchery. However, this isn’t a normal butchery – at least not to you and me. When a virus made animal meat inedible, a solution had to be…