Monthly Archives: October 2015

6 Horror Books Based On Real Events

Devil in the White City is one of my favorites. I’m looking forward to the movie.

Horror Novel Reviews

Written by: Wesley Thomas 

Horror fiction is great, obviously. Ghouls, monsters, demons, vampires, serial killers, witches. But there is something about reading a horrific tale based on a true event that makes it far scarier. Knowing that what you are reading actually happened, has you bathing in goosebumps. So here is a list I compiled, of horror books based on true events.

So let’s start with number one ‘The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America’ by Erik Larsen. A true story about a man who built a horrifying hotel with the sole purpose of trapping his victims, then killing them, before disposing of the remains. In the hotel was a gas chamber, dissection table crematorium. Sounds like the perfect read for Halloween to me!


And for number two we have a more popular book, which all horror readers will…

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“Dirty Deeds” #crime #thriller on #KindleScout

Give Armand a click and a vote. And read his crime thriller Dirty Deeds while you’re at it.


Dirty Deeds Cover

I get paid to erase problems. Did your extramarital affair produce an unwanted complication? Family problems? Just want to enjoy your midlife crisis by yourself? That’s where I come in. For a fee I’ll take care of it. A big fee. Only, I’m not going to do what you think. I’m going to get someone away from you and your selfish world.

I’ll make this post short and sweet so you can get to the most important part… voting for my crime thriller so I can sign an Amazon Scout contract!

I wont bore you with the details but suffice it to say getting a contract with Amazon would be a nice step for me in the right direction. A big step.

Dirty Deeds is a crime thriller, told in first person, and was such a fun book for me to write I’m already working on the sequel regardless of…

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“The Call” Reversed: What agents like to know about potential authors

Source: “The Call” Reversed: What agents like to know about potential authors