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"Three on a Match is a frightening menagerie of horror that offers a shocking blend of well-crafted tales to keep you up at night. My imagination was fueled by this nail-biting collection!" Patrick Rea, Director of Nailbiter and Arbor Demon
"Spooky, sinister, spine-tingling: these three keep-you-up-all-night tales of horror by Kristi Petersen Schoonover, g. Elmer Munson, and Melissa Crandall have it all!" Lauren Baratz-Logsted, author of The Twin's Daughter
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Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2017
There are three novellas in this horror collection; two are set in the here-and-now (“Splendid Chyna” by Kirstin Schoonover and “Alls Well That Ends” by g. Elmer Munson) and the third, “Thicker Than Water” by Melissa Crandall, doubles as a work of historical fiction. If you think mid-nineteenth century Connecticut a time and place beyond the mass hysteria of seventeenth century Salem, Crandall has a surprise for you. This one really gave me goosebumps, and if you haven't yet availed yourself of the pleasure that reading Melissa Crandall provides, this collection is a good place to start. I first came across her work in fantasy and science fiction, but she crosses platforms and genres, and has established a unique voice and greater precision in her prose over time. More to the point, she tells a cracking good story!
I loved the first volume of the Terror Project, so I thought I'd pick up the second one. I wasn't disappointed. Each of the stories are highly unique and skillfully executed, resulting in thoroughly enjoyable tales that are both creepy and thrilling. This one is a real page-turner. I hope this publisher releases more volumes of what is turning out to be a truly stellar series of novellas.
Farah plops into her seat and shakes out one of our new mint linen napkins. "You don't eat butter with this. The rice goes underneath the chicken, and it's amazing because it's got bacon and melon and gorgonzola. It's this fantastic new recipe and we're all trying it for the first time."
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2017
I would say this read was gripping, peopled with vivid characters and pulsed with suspense. Loved it! Not everyone makes it out alive and I enjoy that in a read once in awhile. On Book 2 of Stacey Longo's Terror Project you will not be able to stop till the end. Might sound cliche, but don't give a rat's ass - find an afternoon folks, you're gonna be entrapped into a satisfying read. Read my full review at Buttonholed Book Reviews.