SHADOW OF THE VULTURE by Regina Garza Mitchell
It's time for another Night Worms Book Party with the 9th book in the Splatter Western Series from Death's Head Press. You can watch Regina read from this book on our YouTube channel for Celebrate Horror 2021
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CRUEL SUMMER by Wesley Southard
There were several themes in Cruel Summer which grabbed me by the throat. And that’s not even including that horrific yet wholly enticing cover art. The first was that it was set in Florida which is one of my favourite places and there was even a reference to Disney World. Tick.
It delves deep into the relationship between a mother and her child. Gulp but tick.
And the abstract main character...
A bunch of us book nerds on #bookstagram read RECEPTION by Kenzie Jennings together in February and we just were not ready to leave the party so we selected another Death's Head Press title, DAWN OF THE LIVING-IMPAIRED by Christine Morgan. Here are our reviews...
In my early 20s I consumed a lot of zombie media. So it has been a number of years since I last dipped into reading anything with a zombie storyline. If I'm being honest, zombie's just feel a little overdone, we've...
Happy World Book Day! What better way to celebrate than with a big, loud, party of book nerds praising something they all read together and loved. As you know, the Night Worms have been reviewing the Death's Head Press Splatter Western series. Some books have been unanimous successes, some have been a mixed bag of opinions and some were mildly disappointing. But THE THIRTEENTH KOYOTE has been one of the best group reading experiences. Check out what everyone wants to say about this epic Splatter Western by Kristopher Triana...
SWEET EVIL by Charles Michael Platt
Death's Head Press
March 10th, 2021
From the moment Suzanne picked him up, Burt's life had become a sexual circus, and Suzanne's supercharged sideshow offered up every variety of entertainment.
She took him on a wild ride to the darker side of human pleasure, where kidnapping and murder were just sensual games, and all roads led to a deadly ecstasy.