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Old 07-05-2011, 10:27 AM   #15
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Well, 'no supernatural' pretty much eliminates the entire genre, since horror usually makes use of fear of the unknown. Otherwise it's generally labeled a "thriller." There's exceptions, but they're exceptions. Serial killer stories are probably as close as it gets.


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The Monstrumologist
Amazing book, and technically it isn't a tale of the supernatural, since the creatures are just a lesser-known species of predator, at least within the narrative. The creatures are rather fantastical, though.

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