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Another collection of fine voice horror voices from Deadman's Tome. A few of my favorites follow. "Lunchtime at the Justice Café" by Ken Goldman takes a familiar trope of horror fiction--outsider unknowingly enters a strange town--and gives it an original twist. "Mama" by William Stuart has a couple gasp out loud moments for the reader; this story created some disturbing and lasting imagery during and after my read of it. In "Dig" by Mr. Deadman, there is some repetitive and very eerie dialogue from one of the characters that gives the story a haunting quality. These 3 stories stuck out to me, but all of them were enjoyable. Nicely done with the Texas theme. I've never been to Texas, but most of the stories were able to channel feelings I associate with the state in terms of the horror genre.