Trample an Empire Down, by Mack Reynolds

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 1978 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is a absolutely amazing book. I know this because I have just finished reading it, and I’m absolutely amazed. Amazed that a respected SF author would write it. …

The Void, by Teri A. Jacobs

Genre: Dark Fantasy Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 2002 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Paul Kane Have you read this book? Einstein once said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” …

The Hour Before Dark, by Douglas Clegg

Genre: Horror Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 2002 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by William D. Gagliani Have you read this book? There’s that real estate joke about how the top three selling points are “location, location, location.” In horror, to draw a not-so-scientific parallel, sometimes it’s all about “atmosphere, atmosphere, …

The Museum of Horrors, edited by Dennis Etchison

Genre: Horror Anthology Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 2001 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by William D. Gagliani Have you read this book? This is the first HWA anthology to hit the stores as a hardcover and not as a limited edition, and for this Leisure Books deserves the credit. Spreading …

City Infernal, by Edward Lee

Genre: Horror Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 2002 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Lynn Nicole Louis Have you read this book? Journeys to/escapes from/travels in Hell have provided a fertile field for many speculative fiction authors. Some easily recognized names in the biz (Like Niven and Anthony) have penned their …

The Travelling Vampire Show, by Richard Laymon

Genre: Horror Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company Published: 2001 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Paul Kane Have you read this book? Another six months go by, and another hardback book appears on the shelves from Richard Laymon. Honestly, you can set your clocks by this writer, can’t you. Arguably America’s most …