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Bookloons: "Scott Nicholson has written the kind of book that's rare these days a good old fashioned scary story."
Rambles: "A master of the craft of layering subplots and manipulating tension and intrigue."
Huntress Reviews: "Fans of Stephen King and Dean Koontz will love this talented author!"
BookPleasures"Immediately seizes the reader and takes him on a ride of twists and turns."
Agony Column: "American faith-based fiction at its finest."
Cemetery Dance: "The Red Church is horror fiction at a highpoint, inviting philosophical inquiry along with screams, reflections with sensation."
Deviant Minds: "If you like supernatural
horror, and like it scary, this book is a must
Locus Magazine: "Scott Nicholson is clearly a writer to whom we should pay some enthusiastic attention."
OUTline Magazine: "Nicholsons writing is fresh and unique, simple yet thought-provoking, intoxicating and riveting."
SF Reader: "...a very impressive debut."
Eternal Night: "An author who will hopefully scare us many times more in the years to come."
Murder Express: "This book will keep you on the edge of your seat!"
Myshelf.com: "In one word .WOW!"
Chiaroscuro: "A finely-tuned, deft story of family and faith, monsters and messiahs, set against a richly depicted background of Southern Appalachian culture."
Smoky Mountain News: "Much in the tradition of Stephen King and Clive Barker, Nicholson is adept at creating a kind of supernatural evil that is all-powerful."
The Mooresville Tribune: "...Nicholson is adding a new spin to horror fiction..."
The Daily Tar Heel: "...fully-realized characters with well-developed thoughts and feelings..."
Statesville Record & Landmark: "...the regional mountain references in the book are dead-on..."
The Mountain Times: "Nicholson's story keeps a Stephen King-like suspense..."
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