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review – Starry Wisdom Library

Starry Wisdom Library: The Catalogue of the Greatest Occult Book Auction of All Time Edited by Nate Pedersen PS Publishing  (2014) In 1935, Robert Bloch was completing “The Shambler from the Stars” and wrote to H.P. Lovecraft for permission to … Continue reading

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review – The Medusa’s Gaze and Vampire’s Bite

The Medusa’s Gaze and Vampire’s Bite: The Science of Monsters Matt Kaplan ISBN 978-1451667981 reviewed for Hellnotes.com   Matt Kaplan is a science journalist who basically believes all monsters exist because mankind made them. Not necessarily literally (at least in … Continue reading

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review – The Weird Company

  The Weird Company: The Secret History of H. P. Lovecraft’s Twentieth Century reviewed for Hellnotes.com Pete Rawlik Night Shade Books ISBN 978-1597805452 The Weird Company begins in 1937. Dr. Wingate Peaslee is a dissenting voice about a secret military … Continue reading

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review – All the Shadows of the Rainbow

All the Shadows of the Rainbow (The Vampires of New England Series #3) Inanna Arthen Light Unseen Media ISBN: 978-1935303145 reviewed for Hellnotes.com All the Shadows of the Rainbow begins in 1955. Diane Chilton is adjusting to changes that took … Continue reading

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Review – Legends and Lore of the North Shore

Legends and Lore of the North Shore Peter Muise The History Press ISBN 978-1-62619-517-2 reviewed for Hellnotes.com There is something different about the North Shore of Massachusetts, something indefinably, but recognizably wrong that has fused itself to the essence of … Continue reading

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review – The Montauk Monster

The Montauk Monster Hunter Shea Pinnacle Books (June, 2014) ISBN: 978-0786034758 reviewed for Hellnotes.com Hunter Shea’s latest opus sends mixed messages. It starts off like a Peter Benchley novel, drifts off into a hybrid of a Dan Brown conspiracy and a … Continue reading

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Review – Songs of the Satyrs

Songs of the Satyrs Aaron J. French, editor Angelic Knight Press ISBN 978-1499126228 reviewed for Hellnotes.com The satyr is a mythical creature of ancient Greece, a follower of Pan or Dionysus with the tails, ears, and phalli of a goat or … Continue reading

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