Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2016
What has been accomplished here in this anthology compiled by Billie Sue Mosiman is that these horror stories hold up on merit alone. It is not a case of a gender specific story base. These are not "women stories"; they are primal examples of terror, subtle horror, and base fears--elements not uncommon to any good tale in this male-dominated field. As such, that makes these stories all the more noteworthy. We are not here to say these stories compare favorably to male-written stories of horror. Not at all. We are here to say that this anthology does not need comparison between genders. Fright Mare stands above comparisons. It is simply a frightening selection of stories that will scare you on so many levels that you'll wish you had chosen a less threatening male-written horror anthology.