THE HYDE HOTEL ANTHOLOGY

The Hyde Hotel anthology, edited by James Everington and Dan Howarth, was published by Black Shuck Books in 2015. Each story is set inside the eerie environs of the Hyde Hotel where dark things have a habit of manifesting. While I enjoyed all these stories, my favorite were: “The View From the Basement” by Alison […]

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IAN WATSON HORROR TALES

Ian Watson is a British science fiction and horror writer who’s published a wide range of books and short stories over his long, successful career. I first discovered him upon reading his short story “Happy Hour” in one of my favorite anthologies, The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories. I found it to be a […]

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TERROR TALES OF THE SEASIDE REVIEW

Terror Tales of the Seaside is an anthology edited by Paul Finch, published by Gray Friar Press in 2013, that combines both fiction stories as well as classic myths and legends of the British seasides. I read this book while vacationing on a beach (sadly not in England, however) which set the perfect atmosphere for […]

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IMPOSTER SYNDROME ANTHOLOGY REVIEW

The recent Imposter Syndrome anthology (2017), edited by James Everington and Dan Howarth from Dark Minds Press, is centered around the subject of doubles in one fashion or another. This can be anything from an actual duplicate such as a twin or an evil doppelgänger, or perhaps an identity thief passing themselves off as someone […]

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THINGS TO COME

I primarily asked for books this past birthday and Christmas, and I received quite a few of the ones I requested. Today I thought I’d share some of them with you as many of them will likely be featured here at Horror Delve in the future. Some may not receive full reviews but will have […]

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