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Carole Johnstone
Carole Johnstone's short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. She has been published by PS Publishing, Night Shade Books, TTA Press, Apex Book Company and Morrigan Books among many others. She regularly appears in the award-winning Black Static and Interzone magzines.... show more

Carole Johnstone's short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. She has been published by PS Publishing, Night Shade Books, TTA Press, Apex Book Company and Morrigan Books among many others. She regularly appears in the award-winning Black Static and Interzone magzines. Her work has been reprinted in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year series and Salt Publishing's Best British Fantasy.Her debut short story collection, The Bright Day is Done is coming very soon from Gray Friar Press, and she has two novellas in print: Frenzy, which was published by Eternal Press/ Damnation Books and Cold Turkey, which is part of TTA Press' novella series. She is presently at work on her second novel while seeking fame and fortune with the first.More information on the author can be found at carolejohnstone.com.
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Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews rated it 9 years ago
keywords: horror, post-apocalyptic, bioterrorism, plague, anthologybrainycat's "5 Best B"s (on a scale of one to five):boobs: 1 / blood 3 / bombs 2 / bondage 1 / blasphemy 3Grant's Pass is an excellent concept anthology that I enjoyed reading. The authors of each of the twenty pieces were provided w...
StaceyHH
StaceyHH rated it 9 years ago
I had to finish this today so I could read something else and hopefully push this out of my brain. That should not be taken as a negative review. The stories in this anthology gave me nightmares, precisely because they were so incredibly believable. They're stories of people alone, together, making ...
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