I am a Literacy co-ordinator / Tutor at a college of Further Education. I love reading horror. My favourite authors are Richard Laymon, Steve Gerlach, Bentley Little, Jack Ketchum and a few others. I don't enjoy King or Koontz as they are a tad too tame for my personal taste.
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Smashwords book reviews by Suzanne Delaney
- Tales of Sin and Madness
on Jan. 30, 2011
Absolutely brilliant. Really enjoyed this book. Well written and disturbing...just how I like them! My fave was 'Stolen Lives'.
- Horror Shorts
on March 04, 2011
I absolutely loved this book. The tales were all different and there is something for everyone. It is extremely well written. Grave robbers, jungles, hospitals, villages - a wealth of different settings with lots of different styles.
- The Bottom Feeders and Other Stories
on March 04, 2011
Brilliant. I couldn't choose a favourite as they were all so well written. 'Care and Feeding of the Old Flat Mile' was so descriptive you could imagine yourself there. 'In Hollow Fields' was frightening and had a strange twist. Look forward to reading more from this author.
- Should Have Killed The Kid
on March 16, 2011
Wow! What can I say? After reading spare key I was utterly excited to know that this author had another book coming out. The story is fast paced throughout. It is impeccably written and has a story line like no other. No holds are barred and the author develops the characters in a way that allows the reader to truly empathise with them. The descriptive techniques allow the reader to visualise everything perfectly. I am now hooked on this author who seriously needs to start writing far more to keep his readers happy. I now need a constant Hamilton fix.
- Love Lies Dying
on March 26, 2011
Wow...this book absolutely blew me away. It is one of those books that will stay with you forever. The storyline is totally unexpected. I was reading it and literally screaming at my Kindle for John (one of the main characters) to sort his head out (don't want to say too much as I don't want to ruin the story). The author lulls you into a nice sense of security as you are happily going along with the plot and then WHAM - the plot changes and you are left thinking 'Oh My God'. Very graphic, very gruesome, very cringeworthy - just how I like my books. As the book nears the end, we find out the real reason for all the shenanigans, and we see a slightly different side to John, who throughout the story we have felt quite sorry for, but we still feel for him just the same. Steve Gerlach, you have one twisted mind and we love you for it. As you read this book your sympathies for the characters shift constantly as you try to suss out what is going to happen. This is seriously one of the best books I have ever read. If you like Laymon, then you will love this. Be warned though, the graphic descriptions will have you squirming in your seat. And if you're a bloke...well trust me, you will never look at women the same again. Excellent value for money - you have to buy this book.
- Hammered: Memoir of an Addict
on Feb. 11, 2012
I really enjoyed this book. One of the first things I look for in an e book is that they are structurally sound. Grammar and punctuation used correctly allow the reader to concentrate on the content, and this book is perfect in that way. The story concentrates on the author's recovery from drug addiction, and is a brutal, honest and emotional tale. It offered an amazing insight into the life of an addict, and I wanted to applaud the author for sharing this roller coaster journey with us. Well done, Mr Braun. A fantastically well written book.