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Froggy Went a Courtin' - it's like a fairy tale, but the icky, froggy human man is not going to morph into a handsome prince. Not in a horror story. This is not a spoiler, ok? No happy endings here, folks. BUT - but, but, but- the awful heroine does have an eye-opener, making a character arc that could knock your socks off. Lace up your boots before delving into a Harvey Click tale.
And Froggy. Oh, man, that guy will steal your heart!
The drug dealers, the Mexican superstitions about spirits and paranormal creatures, add richness and dimension to "The Killer's Shadow." The depth of character, the surprises, the brilliant pacing and unfolding of the plot, the vivid personalities of all the villains and even the minor characters - I haven't enjoyed creepy characters this much since the best TV show ever, "Breaking Bad."
The little stick-man creatures ... there is a scene I cannot see.
Not gonna say more. This is a book you have to read and experience for yourself--because no review could do Harvey Click any justice, unless I quote lots of excerpts and deliver spoilers.
Did I mention that I don't even like the horror genre? And yet I'll read any genre if it springs from the lurid mind of Harvey Click.
From the first story on I was captivated by this horripolating collection of stories!!
Mr. Click's mastery of the short story form is on full display in this new book. And it is, as they say, HARD TO PUT DOWN: I have spent the day hiding in a darkened bedroom reading them and will spend the night in a darkened cellar with a jug of Old Crow, trying to get over them.