Very solidly written in the vein of the classic Southern Gothic. When you're dealing with tried-and-true tropes, you'd better do it well, and Noble does. It's nice to read creepy plots delivered in a juxtaposing warm, familiar voice that approaches the colloquial but never alienates those who may just be visiting the region.
Nice mix of imaginative new ideas and classic horror themes, told in an engaging voice. I stutter-stepped over a very small handful of spelling/grammar errors, but the stories were more than good enough to offset a missed edit or two. As fun as it was disturbing, and a very satisfying read.