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Eight dark tales of terror, murder, mystery and mayhem. Where encounters go bad, and sanity, if you're fortunate, is the only thing you lose... Stories: THE METHOD WRITER, BREAKDOWN, SWEET BLUEBELLS, BEWARE OF STRANGERS, BLIND DATE, JUST THE TWO OF US, SIDNEY, THE GATECRASHER
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  • By Chris Harvey
    Mar 2, 2009
    "Re: Re: Do yourselves a favour, folks DONT buy this book!!!!" Please desist from this bitter and jealous nonsense, Michael. You're only making yourself look pathetic. Opinion is one thing, but you're making potentially libelous remarks which is another thing entirely. And I would like them retracted. By all means say my work is crap, but then, why would you go out of the way to waste your time persistently commenting on something that was so crap?? And I can't have been that "crap" for you to have worked with me creatively for 20 years. HHmn... usually story - GREEN WITH ENVY!!!! The lad doth protest too much, me thinks......
  • By Andrew Hawnt
    Sep 10, 2008
    "Good stuff :)" A thoroughly entertaining and suitably gripping selection of tales. The twists are nicely handled and the prose is fluid. A name to watch.
  • By Lewis Croy
    Jul 3, 2007
    "Grim Rendezvous" Possibly some of the most banal short stories I've ever read. Mr Harvey's prose style is dull, and he seems content to recycle the tritest of old ideas without a hint of originality, flair or thematic depth. The only bright spark is 'Sidney' which has a bizarre idea, albeit expressed in plodding fashion. The overall level of writing strikes me as that of an unimaginative beginner.
  • By Davis Taylor
    May 23, 2007
    It took me a few readings to fully appreciate the humour of these stories, but it was well worth the effort. Chris Harvey is a remarkably subtle writer. His approach is to simultaneously imitate and mock the cliches to be found in much pulp horror fiction, and the effect is both hilarious and deadpan. His deliberately poker-faced treatment of such tropes as 'The dead wanderer returns home' and 'The person you think is the victim is really the murderer' is satirical, well-observed, and very funny. A sparkling, delightful collection.
  • By mike gorman
    Dec 31, 1969
    "Re: Do yourselves a favour, folks - buy this book!!" Brian you're a liar! you know that Hrvey writes shite, you've been ripped off by him in this book so why are you endorsing it? One story was yours let you allow him take credit for it. Why????????
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Chris Harvey
September 30, 2011
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