Ghosts and Werewolves

January 29, 2018

3 stars: Review of GHOSTS AMONG MEN by Laura Del

by Amanda McSweeney       Reviewer Rating: 3 Stars      

Ghosts Among Men introduces the reader to Samantha Davidson, your typical smart-mouthed, hard-boiled private investigator. Except Samantha has one major difference. She can speak to the dead. With her handsome assistant, Mark, Samantha spends her time solving murders by collaborating with the victims. When the daughter of a wealthy local family dies violently, her father hires Samantha to find out what happened. Meanwhile, the victim herself is seeking Samantha’s help. However, she has no memory of what happened to her. With very few clues to start from, Samantha and Mark must figure out who they can trust as they descend into the victim’s glitzy world.

SHELFIES: Angela Quinton of Werewolves Vs.

by Bill Kieffer            

Two projects in 2015 launched the publishing arm of Argyle Werewolf, such as it is: an illustrated chapbook version of a short story I originally wrote for a Hic Dragones anthology, and Werewolves Versus The 1990s. The former was a function of self-indulgence – my wife had done some wonderful illustrations for my story The Librarian, and I wanted a stand-alone artifact I could sell at conventions. The latter was the first issue of a digital anthology of short stories, poetry, comics and art produced by friends that I pestered for the purpose. Something happened and now we’re on issue six and I don’t have to pester anyone anymore.


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