Cold to the Touch by Simon Strantzas: A Review

ColdtotheTouch  4.5 Stars

A very good collection of horror/paranormal short stories. Reading this book reminded me of the old television series The Twilight Zone. I couldn’t wait to see how each story ended, what the twist was. The past is never the past. Sometimes monsters are real. Sometimes we are the monsters.

About the Author:

Simon Strantzas is the author ofNightingale SongsBeneath the Surface and Cold to the Touch and has been nominated for the British Fantasy Award. His work has been appeared in The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror (ed. Stephen Jones), Cemetery Dance, and Postscripts. Born in the harsh darkness of the Canadian winter, he has no intentions on leaving for sunnier climes.

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