Tag Archives: World War II

Tracking the beast with J.L. Benet’s Wolf Hunter

I’m typically a big fan of war/horror hybrid novels (there’ve been more published than you might think), and I’m also often a big fan of werewolf novels… so when I heard that author J.L. Benet had made his novel-length debut … Continue reading

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Quick Take – Stephen Mark Rainey’s Blue Devil Island

Obviously, I’m a fan of horror fiction.  I also have a strong appreciation for war-oriented fiction — being a big admirer of books such as Stewart O’Nan’s The Names of the Dead, Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried, and Karl … Continue reading

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