Two words I never thought I'd put together. It's not a traditional mystery, but the occult elements were seamless and held the story together. Worth reading.Published 22 months ago by Scott Means
Not his best, imho, but one of the most thought provoking of his.
At times rather complicated because ghosts really get mixed in real life events and it takes some time to get... Read more
(Review originally published by HorrorWorld website, 2006)
Right out of the gate, Headstone City reaffirms Tom Piccirilli's vast talent - as if you needed it reaffirmed. Read more
Previous reviewers and the Amazon blurb do a good job of synopsizing, so I'll just give you my two bits. Read morePublished on July 16, 2008 by CJ
Fun meter rating: 5 stars. Amazon's description tells plenty about the story line. This was lots of fun. Read morePublished on June 20, 2008 by Dick Johnson
On this year's Stoker Award ballot for Superior Achievement in a novel, Headstone City is absolutely one of the best books I read in 2006. Read morePublished on March 1, 2007 by J. Langolf
This book is so good, I actually called off work in order to finish it. Piccirilli, as always, has an incredibly original mind and proves once again he belongs with the cream of... Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by William M Miller
This is certainly not a fluff piece that can be easily digested. Kind of like how if you tune in to the Sopranos or Lost in the middle of it all - well - you'll get the gist but... Read morePublished on May 19, 2006 by John Palisano
Part 'Butterfly Effect,' part 'Medium,' part 'Sopranos.'
All in all a great sci-fi/fantasy read. Finished in 2 days. Great job again, Tom!