Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Midnight Men and Other Stories by Lee Moan review


Men in black calling at your door on the stroke of midnight . . .

Three pieces of human flesh with the power to kill . . .

A devoted wife who just won't die . . .

A bag of bones that should never EVER be touched . . .

A vial of blood which promises a night of passion for a disfigured woman . . .

A sheriff who carries an unearthly burden . . .

These are just some of the tales in this gripping collection, taking the reader from supernatural suburban terror to the far future where the fate of mankind rests in the hands of an innocent.



My review:
4 stars

Midnight Men and Other Stories by Lee Moan is a collection of supernatural short stories.  The shorts cover a fairly wide variety of topic including: aliens, voodoo, replicants, the Devil's bones, gypsy magic, precognition, and more.


In a lot of the stories Lee uses more mind games with suspense and surprise rather than just blood and gore to get a reaction out of the reader.  I am not overly familiar with the supernatural/horror genre, but I did enjoy most of these stories.  I think they give a pretty good taste of what Lee is capable of and that is enough to make me take a look at his other books in the future.


Review copy provided by the author.


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