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Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghostly Horror - Paul F. Olson Horror Book Review

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Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghostly Horror

And that is just what Post Mortem is, a nice solid anthology. All the stories in this volume are original, so no chance of reading something , unless it’s been reprinted later. For an original anthology, a large amount of horror short story masters are represented.  The stories are entertaining, and some are down right chilling. The biggest stand out story for me was Haunted World by Robert McCammon. A very unusual and twisted take on the typical `dead coming back to life to destroy the living tale’ it left me with goose bumps, and an uneasy feeling. After reading as many horror stories as I do, it’s nice to come away scared once in a while. Eyes of the Sword maker by Linzner also was pleasantly creepy.

***Each Night, Each Year by Kathryn Ptacek

***Mark of the Loser by Gary Brandner

***Timeskip by Charles de Lint

***Resettling by Steve Rasnic Tem and Melanie Tem

***The Servitor by Janet Fox

***Blanca by Thomas Tessier

***Nine Gables by James Howard Kunstler

***The Last Cowboy Song by Charles L. Grant

***The Ring of Truth by Thomas Monteleone

***Eyes of the Sword maker by Gordon Linzner

***The Guide by Ramsey Campbell

***Getting Back by P.W. Sinclair

***Walkie-Talkie by Donald R. Burleson

***Major Prevue Here Tonite by William F. Nolan

***The Brush of Soft Wings by Melissa Mia Hall

***Brothers by David B. Silva

***Haunted World by Robert McCammon

Over all this is a very good read and I recommend it for horror fans.

About Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghostly Horror

Title: Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghostly Horror
Author: Paul F. Olson
Score: 2 / 5 stars
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