As I said, each of the stories here are good, solid tales but these listed here are for me well worth the price of admission alone.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). As I said, each of the stories here are good, solid tales but these listed here are for me well worth the price of admission alone.
Night Shadows book Crazy in the Night – Greg Herren.
Overall Night Shadows is one of the most captivating anthropologies I have ever read; at times it sent a chill of horror down my spine and other times made me reflect on the mysteries contained within. Crazy in the Night – Greg Herren. Ghost or monster turns out the lights to drive new apartment inhabitant mad. Ordinary Mayhem – Victoria A. Brownworth.
Night Shadows: Queer Horror. Turn the page and enter the darkened world of the macabr. nd enjoy your stay. Brought to you by. eBooks from Bold Strokes Books, Inc. eBooks are not transferable. Night Shadows: Queer Horror. New Orleans, June 2012.
Noir has always been one of the most popular-and darkest-sub-genres of the mystery field
A Katrina survivor waits for rescue on his roof in the brutal heat, reflecting on the life choices that brought him to this moment. A young woman discovers there's more to her perfect man than she thought. Noir has always been one of the most popular-and darkest-sub-genres of the mystery field. Following in the footsteps of such masters of the form as James M. Cain, Raymond Chandler, and Dashiell Hammett, some of the top writers of gay mystery explore this territory of amoral tough guys with a cynical view of the world by giving classic noir a gay twist.
He publishes work both as Greg Herren and under the pseudonym Todd Gregory
He publishes work both as Greg Herren and under the pseudonym Todd Gregory.
Publisher: Harrington Park Press, 2004.
Night Shadows - Greg Herren. But that has changed somewhat since the turn of the century. So, we’d just turned in our companion volumes of gay and lesbian noir (Men, Women of the Mean Streets) and were congratulating ourselves with a couple of Cosmos (or thre. ou. aybe six or seven; don’t judge us!) and wondered what, if anything, we could do for a follow-up.
Don't read these stygian tales when you're alone-or without every light in the house burning!