Over at Schlock Magazine …

highresblue4Teodor Reljic reviews Home and Hearth most kindly:

As evidenced in her collection THE GIRL WITH NO HANDS – in which Slatter adapts and re-imagines various folk and fairy tales – the author is excellent at creating tightly-woven conceits that unspool with tension and precision. Our fears are calibrated keenly: it’s Caroline’s growing pool of bitterness and resentment that keeps us on edge more than anything else throughout.

This virtuoso sliver of domestic horror certainly deserves to be read.

The rest is here.

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