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Breed Review

Take a quick glance at the cover and synopsis of “Breed,” by Chase Novak, and you’ll instantly think of Ira Levin’s “Rosemary’s Baby.” It’s an easy comparison, both are horror novels involving pregnancy and children. Dig a little deeper, and you’ll see other connections--both novels are set in upscale Manhattan and involve characters who are all elite and well-to-do. And just like Levin, Novak seems to use his novel to make statements about the wealthy just as much as scare the reader.

Book Review: The White Devil

Justin Evans’ novel “The White Devil” is a horror novel that builds slowly, perhaps a little too slowly. It’s not until around page 150 that the terror really begins to boil over. It’s a worthwhile wait, however. Combining mystery, gothic horror, and a little literary history, this is a novel well worth reading.

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