Review: Blood Fugue by Joseph D’Lacey

Blood Fugue by Joseph D'LaceyJimmy Kerrigan is a writer living in small-town Hobson’s Valley. An outsider with an inexplicable fear of the dark, Kerrigan is something of a mystery to those in the community. The opening scenes with Randall Moore, the proprietor of a local store, suggest that Jimmy is about as welcome as a bout of chlamydia, which is something that he is aware of but remains unable to remedy, other than altering where he chooses to buy his groceries from.

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