A sci-fi romp centered on the multiverse concept and told with a healthy dose of quirky, adult humor?
Freya and her daughter find themselves sucked into a situation that could either be paradise or a nightmarish hell, but which is it?
A thriller steeped in Viking folklore, At First Light by Barbara Nickless seeks to draw you deeper into a ritualistic murder mystery from the very first pages.
While a long horror novel can be fun, one of my FAVORITE ways to enjoy dark fiction storytelling is in the fast paced world of short stories.
With just 14 days before impact, Henry Palace is in a frantic race to find his sister and solve one more mystery before the end…the clock’s ticking.
No longer a detective, Henry Palace finds himself confronting a missing persons case with dangerous implications far deeper than he realizes.
YA Fiction and Fantasy are almost always some version of a coming of age tale and The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night is no different.
Addiction is a horrible thing and Tyler Jones explores it with brutal and painfully beautiful storytelling in Criterium : Extended Edition.
If an asteroid were screaming towards the Earth and life was certain to end, what is the point of trying to solve a murder?
A spoiler free review of Bloodline by Jess Lourey, a mystery/thriller set in a small Minnesota town with a dark secret.