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Jeanne M. Haskin
on Aug. 13, 2013 :
This is a re-edited new release of M.F. Korn's best quiet horror.
The first novella, "White Trash Witches Coven" is most remarkable for its humor. Woven in and around the story of Keith Ogden's journey into a coven, the lives of Gretchen and Quince, two young sorceresses in training, veer from having their mother place a whammy on a schoolyard bully to ferreting out a werewolf and seeking contact with Martians. This light comic relief is the perfect foil for the insidious, creeping horror of the backwoods, country coven in all its fanaticism and ritualistic evil.
The book's second novella, "Pavane for a Scream Queen" takes us into the world of Aurora Sterling, the cult queen of B-horror movies. Jeff, an intrepid freelance reporter who is drawn by Aurora's mystery and enraptured with her films, finds himself chosen to write Aurora's memoirs. What begins as the chance of a lifetime winds through a road of strangeness. The impossible becomes fact and no one must ever know it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)