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Friday, October 17, 2014

GHBT- Two Degrees Closer to Hell by David Fingerman- Review

Two Degrees Closer to Hell 
By David Fingerman

Speculative fiction writer, David Fingerman, is back with a series of short stories guaranteed to curl your toes and raise your hair. If you're looking for some quick thrills, let these stories take you on a ride that will bring you two degrees closer to Hell.

Two Degrees Closer to Hell is a collection of short stories by David Fingerman. It is a single-author anthology that centers on the horror genre and it's one of those books that makes the little hairs on the back of your neck stand up; that make you want to sleep with the light on. Just in time for Halloween!

I have a soft spot for short stories, so I was very eager to get my hands on this one and I have to say I was not disappointed. Each and every story in Two Degrees Closer to Hell is very well laid out and perfectly detailed, so even though you don't have 300+ pages to get to know these characters and worlds Fingerman has created, you are still able to launch right into them and feel like you're right there.

Think Stephen King--if you like him, you're gonna like David, too. Fingerman is a psychological horror writer and I can already promise I am hooked! I can't wait to read more from him in the very near future.

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About the Author

During the summer months when the sun is shining and birds are singing, David is perfectly content to sit in his office, with blinds drawn, typing away at the computer. His favorite day of the year is the first day toward the end of summer that’s cool enough to pull a flannel shirt from the closet.

As a student at the University of Minnesota, David realized that if he switched his major from journalism to speech, he could graduate that quarter. It was a no-brainer. After 24 years of working in the court system, he walked away to write full time – another no-brainer.

Two Degrees Closer to Hell will be his second collection of short stories. He has also written three other novels.

David is married and lives in Minneapolis.

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