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Wet Screams (Comfort Cove) (Volume 4) Paperback – October 3, 2015
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Daniel W. Kelly is the author of the Comfort Cove series (which includes the horror novels Combustion, No Place for Little Ones, Rise of the Thing Down Below, and Wet Screams), plus the horror collections Horny Devils and Closet Monsters: Zombied Out and Tales of Gothrotica. He is also creator of Boys, Bears & Scares, a website dedicated to gay male horror.
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The longer novel of the combo, Wet Screams, dials back the slapstick comedy somewhat, but still remains highly erotic and spookily strange as an astral projectionist and his mentors/friends investigate a coven that may or may not be harboring a cruising-by-full-moonlight werewolf. Definitely parts had me rolling my eyes at their “over the top-ness”, but plenty of times I giggled to myself like a preteen with a pornmag. Which I feel is a totally normal reaction to a story about an often horned up astral-projectionist and werewolves who describe their transformations as amplified boners.
God, what I wouldn’t give to see some of Kelly’s tales brought to life in some 80’s porn horror flick.
Even if you haven’t read the first three novels in the series—the general plot is that in each book, paranormal experts in a city of men take on some sort of horror monster—you can still follow this story because the author gives just enough background on what happened previously, which doesn’t even have a major effect on the events here. However, some serious stuff goes down in this novel with the characters. If you haven’t grown attached to them by reading the previous novels, you may not really feel the emotional impact. The series is really developing into something you have to get into to appreciate the buildup.
But there’s a real bonus in the book. The author updated a Halloween horror novel that was in one of his older collections and included it after Wet Screams. It’s called Scream, Queen! and in it a group of guys heading to a party at a spooky old house owned by a weird guy who just came out are picked off one by one by a killer in a bondage mask. I read this one years ago, but it’s so much fun it was great to revisit it, and the author has really made it even better with the changes. Like the movie Scream, there are loads of references to other horror movies. And the best thing is, the author is running a contest so you can win the first three Comfort Cove books if you can identify all the movies mentioned in Scream, Queen. If I didn’t already have them, I would totally play.