Mallory Heart kindly reviewed my recent novella No Man’s Land: Horror in the Trenches in The Haunted Reading Room.
Review copied below.
Review: NO MAN’S LAND: HORROR IN THE TRENCHES by C. M. Saunders
Told as a series of continuing vignettes, NO MAN’S LAND relates the experience of Harry Doyle, a young Welsh soldier in the First World War. As terrifying as are the usual horrors of any war, Harry and his cohorts face additional horrors of an implacable nature. Harry is a wonderful protagonist, because he’s not a one-dimensional fearless hero, but rather he is a true human, fearing, loyal, emotional, introspective. NO MAN’S LAND is a literate and vivid narrative of an ugly war, a war which for Harry Doyle and his fellow soldiers extends beyond the boundaries of consensus reality.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I intend to start 2017 with a bang, so I’m releasing the next instalment of my series of anthologies next month via Deviant Dolls Publications.
Actually, it’s not a new instalment at all. More of a supplementary offering. X Sample contains stories from both X: A Collection of Horror and X2: Another Collection of Horror along with one or two others and will be priced at 0.99. As the title suggests, it is designed to give people a little taste of my work without asking them to invest too much of their hard-earned.
TOC and full details to follow, but in the meantime, here’s a sneak preview of the cover art, once again produced by the legendary Greg Chapman. We’d love to know what you think.
X Sample is released on 6th January 2017, so write the date in your diary or scratch it on your bedpost. I know you want to. But if you can’t wait that long to guarantee your next nerve-shredding fix of slightly weird bizarro horror, it’s available for pre-order right now.
Thanks for your support!
Finally… the wait is over…
Welcome to Devil’s Island.
Out NOW on Rainstorm Press. Both ebook and paperback available via Amazon and other online retailers.
When Davon Rice returns from active duty in Afghanistan he is struck by the despair and depravity that awaits him in civilian life. Staving off boredom and depression and in need of a fresh challenge he takes a job as live-in security guard on Devil’s Island, a disused government research facility. Initially he settles into the job well, enjoying the peace and tranquility of the remote location, but then he discovers that he is not alone on Devil’s Island. Strange, ungodly things share the space with him. As the terror mounts and the story spirals toward an earth-shattering conclusion, Davon is brought face to face with his worst nightmares. And this is one battle he has to fight alone…
Devil’s Island. Where your worst nightmares become reality.