A lover of all things digital, Jennifer has been editing and writing for websites, reading ebooks, and watching comedy webisodes for the better part of a decade. She checks Goodreads every morning for new book recommendations, and she’s recently discovered a love of British murder mystery TV series which she plans to investigate further.
13 evil Yule Lads and their hideous, ogre mother descend from the mountains to snack on tiny humans every holiday season.
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Young writers create creepy hommages to the original master of horror.
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"The detective must not himself commit the crime."
Harry Crawford had it out for his wife after she discovered his big secret.
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