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New Horror Anthology from John Everson -- 99 Cents

If you remember the controversy when mass market publisher Dorchester/Leisure Books announced it was getting out of the mass market business, John Everson was one of the last authors to publish a mass market paperback through them (Siren). You might have downloaded one of John Everson's horror novels (such as Siren) when it became a sale title through Dorchester.

Through Amazon and B&N's PubIt, John Everson has a new anthology out. It's called Vigilantes of Love. Unlike his previous anthology (Cage of Bones), this one concentrates on dark fantasy rather than graphic erotic horror. And it's 99 cents!

You can find his new anthology here:
Kindle Version -- Vigilantes of Love

Nook Version -- Vigilantes of Love

And if you want to try the erotic horror, then here is the link to Cage of Bones:

Nook Version -- Cage of Bones & Other Deadly Obsessions

Kindle Version -- Cage of Bones & Other Deadly Obsessions

Or go indie and buy Cage of Bones on Darkside Digital...

I have no relation to the other other than interviewing him for a blog post several months ago, and reading some of his stories while on a cruise. Well you didn't think I was going to read Call of Cthulhu, did you?
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