ECHO OF A CURSE by R.R. Ryan

“#12 Echo of a Curse. Undeservedly forgotten, Ms. Ryan was the best of the British Thriller writers- a group who wrote popular fiction for the lending libraries, roughly parallel to the pulp writers in America between the world wars. This novel of lycanthropy and vampirism rates with Fingers of Fear as one of the best.”

DOCTORS WEAR SCARLET by Simon Raven

“#11 Doctors Wear Scarlet. Is it vampirism of is it a neurotic obsession? Ask the dead. Superb modern vampire novel was filmed as Incense for the Damned (AKA Bloodsuckers)”
-Karl Edward Wagner, “The Thirteen Best Supernatural Horror Novels” (Twilight Zone Magazine, 1983)

LAND UNDER ENGLAND by Joseph O’Neil

“Another lost-race sort of thing. Remnants of Roman civilization exist underground in a rigidly telepathically controlled society. The protagonist seeks them out as destiny and finds nightmare instead.”
-Karl Edward Wagner, “The Thirteen Best Science Fiction Horror Novels” (Twilight Zone Magazine, 1983)

WRITINGS IN BRONZE by Will Murray

Since the early 1970’s Will Murray has been writing about Doc Savage. I can’t imagine another person, save the late Phillip Jose Farmer, who has done as much research into the legendary Man of Bronze.