Dean fearce

dean fearce

reader and scribbler: shameless, too many commas, welcome critique, ignore the shift key often
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A territorial psychologist must find the murderer hunting his patients before the police pin the crimes on him.
In the frozen Adirondacks, a no man’s land exists between the Glamazons and the Red Plaids. And in this cleft made by fate or science, two people hide a secret that promises both freedom...and destruction.
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Books dean Recommends
First of all, the author's twitter handle is WeirdRichard, so there's that
A shocking psychological thriller where a voice assistant keeps locked up the eight students and forces them to reveal their darkest secrets, which it then publishes in social networks.
Werewolf stories have always been my favorite monster movies. I am drawn to them like wolves to raw meat. Sean's Wulf has hooked me good, and I'm very excited by the premise as well as his writing.
A rare blood disorder renders this young Anabaptist the perfect prey for the Hundings: the beautiful, cynical monsters that prey on humans.
With Susan Hamilton and Mike Welch giving it the 2-snark rating, I'm all in. Bring it, Josh!
A surreal horror story about an ancient faceless evil that enslaves souls, unleashes demonic forces and needs help figuring out why its emails aren’t being sent.
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