And Told You So
turns out to be pretty good. Ruaidhri
's story is the first one and it's quite creepy and unnerving, with an atmosphere similar to stuff like Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. But I was also impressed with the originality of the concept and the verisimilitude of the science.
I've also been reading Larry Blamire's Tales of the Callamo Mountains
, which is a collection of his Horror-Western short stories that he's self-published thrugh Lulu (the same company I use
). They're very good so far and not what you'd expect from the guy who brought us Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
and Dark And Stormy Night
. These are serious and subtle stories. They don't rely on fright or gore, but rather a moody fear that creeps up your spine. Good stuff.