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Christian A. Larsen
Christian grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois and graduated from Maine South High School in 1993. He has worked as an English teacher, radio personality, newspaper reporter, and a printer's devil, and has been published in A FEAST OF FRIGHTS (The Horror Zine Books), THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE (Post... show more

Christian grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois and graduated from Maine South High School in 1993. He has worked as an English teacher, radio personality, newspaper reporter, and a printer's devil, and has been published in A FEAST OF FRIGHTS (The Horror Zine Books), THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE (Post Mortem Press), QUALIA NOUS (Written Backwards), ZIPPERED FLESH 2 (Smart Rhino Publications), BLEED (Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing), OF DEVILS & DEVIANTS (Crowded Quarantine Publications) and GOTHIC BLUE BOOK V (Burial Day Books).In LOSING TOUCH, Larsen's debut novel from Post Mortem Press, Morgan Dunsmore, near bankruptcy and desperate to keep his marriage from dying a quiet death, discovers that he can walk through walls. When he tries to use his newfound power to repair his life, he endangers himself and his family in ways he didn't imagine. LOSING TOUCH features a foreword by NY TIMES bestselling author Piers Anthony.Christian received his bachelor of science in broadcast journalism from the University of Illinois and studied secondary English education at National-Louis University. He lives with his wife and two sons in the fictional town of Northport, Illinois. Follow him on Twitter @exlibrislarsen or visit exlibrislarsen.com.
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Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
I received this book to give an honest review. First let me say I love the covers of these anthologies. The are just freaking awesomely wicked. Now I read book one and really enjoyed it, book two was an ehh for me. So I was really hoping book three would have for sure been something that I would e...
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My Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
I liked the first anthology much better. This one seemed like a poor matching of the subject matter. The first anthology was creepier also. There were three stories that were truly creepy to me. But the book held my attention.
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