B&N talks Horror

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October 20, 2016 by Laird

Sam Reader at Barnes & Noble profiles nine books for Halloween. Nice to see Swift to Chase on the list, alongside titles by Datlow, Hunt, Langan, and Tremblay, among others.

The Fisherman is an epic goody.

image via Amazon

In other book news, Matthew Summers posted a nice write-up of Swift to Chase over at Smash Dragons.

One thought on “B&N talks Horror

  1. The Fisherman is indeed awesome. It manages to be scary, sad, epic,intimate , and apocalyptic. Not an easy feet to pull off in a book that’s 263 pages long.

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