{Feature} Kendall Reviews Presents ‘Steve Stred’s Books From The Crypt 9’

Kendall Reviews Presents ‘Steve Stred’s Books From The Crypt 9’

Driven by restrained desire

I… read a few more pages

Shaking as the story takes hold

I’ve… lost all control

Edition number nine opens with The Tea Party’s song Temptation adapted horribly by Steve! Featuring books you need to read that have 50 or less Goodreads ratings, how about we dive headfirst, yeah?

Behemoth – H.P. Newquist.

Originally released October 2019

One of my favorite books I’ve read in recent times, this follows a town that has a monster that arrives at night. Everyone knows it exists, but not those who live elsewhere. Stunning stuff and fantastic world-building.

You can read Steve’s Kendall Review HERE

You can buy Behemoth from Amazon UK & Amazon US

Palace of Ghosts – Thomas S. Flowers.

Originally released March 2019

This follows a familiar narrative but with Flowers offering up some decidedly dark twists and gruesome moments.

You can read Steve’s Kendall Review HERE

You can buy Palace Of Ghosts from Amazon UK & Amazon US

Night of the Rider – Alyson Faye.

Originally released May 2019

Tied for my favorite SSS! Release, Night of the Rider was my introduction to Alyson Faye, who has quickly become one of my favorite authors! This is a really great folklore style story.

You can read Steve’s Kendall Review (and interview with Alyson) HERE

You can buy Night Of The Rider from Amazon UK & Amazon US

There we go! I’ll see you next time for the 10th edition!

Steve Stred

Steve Stred is the author of a number of novels, novellas and collections. He has appeared in anthologies with some of Horror’s heaviest hitters.

He lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with his wife, son and their dog OJ.

You can follow Steve on Twitter @stevestred

You can follow Steve on Instagram @stevestred

You can visit Steve’s Official website here

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