Frantic by Mike Dellosso

This novel goes from 0 to 60 in the first sentence and only gets faster. Frantic (aptly named) by Mike Dellosso is a tremendous psychological horror thriller held in check by the author’s deep understanding of faith (which he knows about first-hand) and charity. Why is it so difficult to find content with this level of quality and morality all rolled into one? This book needs to be made into a movie.

—Review by T.W. Johnson


Resurrection by Mike Duran

Urban legends, hodgepodge religion, visions, ghosts, demons, warlocks, witches, and curses! Enter a town laden with ceaseless brooding skies, age-old secrets, and antediluvian gods of bloodlust. Did I miss anything? Without a doubt, Mike Duran’s Resurrection is filled to the brim and running over with line after line of the darkest portents. Brace yourself for this American gothic delight.

—Review by T.W. Johnson

Darlington Woods by Mike Dellosso

Better get plenty of batteries, too, because Mike Dellosso has envisioned an ocean filled with overwhelming shadows of malevolence within the pages of this novel. Welcome to a creepy town with offbeat denizens, black-hearted beasts, and an endless woodland world of woes. Turn off the horror movie; stop playing the horror game, for this read is guaranteed to give you an abundance of nail-biting terror. Got flashlight?

—Review by T.W. Johnson