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Peter Labrow

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Peter Labrow is a writer of psychological horror, based in Cheshire in the UK. His goal is to write 'dark, gripping stories' that people find hard to put down. Populated by flawed characters with ambiguous motives, his writing deftly mixes the supernatural with frighteningly normal terrors. Having written marketing copy for over twenty years, Peter published his first novel, The Well, in 2010 - fulfilling a lifelong ambition to author fiction.

Book review: Finders Keepers, by Stephen King

Although quite a few scenes within Stephen King’s Finders Keepers are horrific, it wouldn’t really be true to call this horror. It’s closer to detective noir, and none the worse for it too.


For the most part, King abandons the supernatural for the natural – man’s worst instincts and drives brought to the fore in a story where the pace is increasingly relentless. That said, we get a glimpse of wh...

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Finders Keepers by Stephen King
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Although quite a few scenes within Stephen King’s Finders Keepers are horrific, it wouldn’t really be true to call this horror. It’s closer to detective noir, and none the worse for it too.

For the most part, King abandons the supernatural for the
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I’ve always felt that inside every really great short story is the makings of an even better novel. Not that the novel should always be written – the short form can be the best way to put the idea across.

Yet short stories shouldn’t have to mean
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Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King
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I seem to remember Stephen King announcing his retirement some years ago. And yet, the books keep coming – and I'm thankful for that.

I saved Mr Mercedes for my annual vacation (sorry to make you jealous, but I'm writing this review on my iPad, on the
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Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
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When reviewing books, I'm usually careful not to reveal too much of the plot – after all, while I might want to encourage people to read a book, I don't want to spoil it for them.

For those who like to avoid spoilers, feel free to stop reading after
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Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison
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I'm currently working my way through several books which are recognised classics in their genre, yet which I've somehow managed to overlook.

Make Room! Make Room! was the inspiration for the film Soylent Green – and, as is so often the case, a chasm
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Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
Full Dark, No Stars
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Don’t ask me why, I’d just not got around to reading this one, even though I’d bought it a couple of years ago. Full Dark, No Stars consists of four (loosely) thematically linked novellas.

The first story, 1992, is a man’s first-person confession of a
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message 4: by Peter

Peter Labrow Thank you very much Andy, I really do appreciate that - I'm up with the hard-hitters there!


message 3: by Andy

Andy Downs You've got my vote in the 'Best books for Halloween'.
A very worthy contender.

Andy


message 2: by Peter

Peter Labrow Andy wrote: "Thanks for adding me as a friend"

you're welcome Andy.


message 1: by Andy

Andy Downs Thanks for adding me as a friend


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