Monday, 12 November 2018

Dead Crow

David Haynes tells a brilliant horror story and Dead Crow, which has a touch of sci-fi in the mix, is no exception.

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My review -

What a fantastic name for a down-at-heel little town. This story is fast-moving and so well described I can visualise it – I’d love to see it made into a film. There are dodgy goings-on by the mayor of the town and the underfunded police department are trying to look after the townsfolk against what turn out to be tremendous odds. There are creatures invading the town with the rising floodwater. Clear your diary – I read this in 24 hours. This is horror with a sharp sci-fi edge to it and I enjoyed it immensely.

About the author

David Haynes has been making up stories since he was very young. His first story entitled, "How the Greenhouse Actually Got Smashed, Dad!" got him into trouble and went unpublished. Nevertheless, the stories continued and the desire to write them down grew stronger. 

David now writes stories in the genre he loves the most - the dark, mysterious and delicious world of horror! The two main influences on his writing are Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe who he considers masters of the shadowy world.


Just a thought - some books you read. Some books you enjoy. But some books just swallow you up, heart and soul. Joanne Harris.

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