Matt Serafini isn’t resting on his laurels. Less than two years after giving us a cool new werewolf tale in “Feral” he’s back with a new novel called “Under the Blade.” The book has some definite slasher elements, but uses them as part of a larger palette that expands as the story moves on. It comes from Severed Press and is available as a paperback and Kindle eBook right now. No pre-ordering, you can be reading this before you turn out the lights tonight if you want. It will hit physical bookstores in September if there are any left by then.
In the book, “When she returns, so does the horror…
At seventeen, Melanie Holden was the sole survivor of Cyrus Hoyt’s killing spree at Camp Forest Grove. Now in her forties, she has bottomed out personally and professionally, still haunted by the undying memories of that madman. A publishing deal lures her back to the place where her misfortunes began and trouble starts anew, first with a string of escalating harassments and, soon, much worse.
When Melanie joins forces with Forest Grove’s new police chief, they get more than they bargained for as they discover that Cyrus Hoyt is only just the beginning. That the town’s past is actually much bloodier than they could’ve imagined. And now that it has Melanie back, it doesn’t want her to leave.”
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