Mile 81, by Stephen King Reviewed by Trista Robichaud The Snapshot: King’s snappy character development leaves me, the reader, bereft even as I know the departure from the mundane into creepy what-if will end badly. It is a King story, after all, and he knows we love to be scared. Every marriage develops […]Read more "Sometimes the Unknown Bites Back: Mile 81"
By: Daniel R. Robichaud In New England waits a little town called Orangefield. The burg has gone through a couple of identities over the centuries since its founding, but these days Orangefield is the name of choice. The town’s business is pumpkins, and the bumper time for this business is, as you’d guess, Thanksgiving! Err, […]Read more "In Praise of That Time of the Year: Al Sarrantonio’s Horrorween"