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Technical and stylistic issues aside, David McCluskey’s intense and relatable psychological thriller “Crack” presents an intriguing premise. A psychological thriller, David McCluskey’s Crack tells …continue reading Now Read This: David McCluskey’s “Crack”
Terrifying Satanic horror and touching coming-of-age drama merge successfully in J.P. Willie’s wicked and wonderfully nostalgic novel “Blood in the Woods”. While plumbing the …continue reading Now Read This: Blood in the Woods