Horror writer Craig Herbertson has provided the first review of my Lovecraftian horror novel The Return on his Heavemakers blog, Amazon.com, Goodreads and the Vault of Evil.
"Mr. Fosset, making a brief appearance in this work by David A. Riley
says “Dark, bleak, nihilistic stuff. Not the kind of thing to take to
bed for a good night’s sleep.” Admirably summarizing this new work by a
veteran author who many horror aficionados will have encountered in the
legendary Pan Horror series and subsequent ‘best of’ collections."
"Fans of Grudge End, a horrible place full of horrible places, will lap
this up. “Even in bright daylight the five-storey building looked dark,
forbidding, and sordidly utilitarian.” – a good description of Riley’s
bleak uncompromising prose – sparse, economical and clinically scary."
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