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The tent pole position of the collection, “The Devil May Come” by Marie Lanza
“bare feet, covered in mud and grime, stumbled from the waters of the swamp. The rotten water was tinted red from blood running down the woman’s thin legs…Her clothes were ripped to shreds, revealing her milky white skin underneath, her chest painted with crimson from a neck wound that she was keeping one hand firmly pressed against. In the other, she gripped a shard of glass, and despite the obvious pain, she held it tight.”
This isn’t a scene from a rape-revenge flick, or even a hopeful set-up for a final girl victory; instead, Lanza weaves a fast-paced mystery-horror yarn that teeters between creature feature and cult paranormal, and it keeps the reader’s eyes pasted to the pages until the very last word.
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