Des Lewis has just completed an interesting and perceptive real-time review of The Sixth Black Book of Horror.
For me, the highlight of course was to have my contribution to that volume described as "in your face, brash, gratuitous" and "truly horrific". It was, in fact, a sort of homage to the late Richard Laymon, hence some of the transatlantic aspects to the story and its lack of conscience. Whether I was successful or not in my original intention is up to others to decide.
There are two other reviews of The Sixth Black Book of Horror here:
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