The June issue of the Horror Fiction Review reviewed our latest anthology When The Night Comes Down this month. The review said the book “doesn’t disappoint” and began with praise for Joseph D’Lacey’s opening section:
D’Lacey’s opening story, ‘The Unwrapping of Alastair Perry’ sets the bar quite high for things to come, and ended up being one of my favorites of the book. I’ve been reading D’Lacey’s stories for a while now in various UK magazines, and his five offerings here are quite impressive, especially ‘The Quiet Ones,’ a horror tale as spooky as it is thought-provoking..
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