• Title: Swamp Witch Piquante and Scream Queen Bisque
  • Author: M.F. Korn
  • ISBN: 9781492150190
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • Swamp Witch Piquante and Scream Queen Bisque From the backwoods of a rural Louisiana parish to the French Quarter of New Orleans these two short novels detail separate journeys through the mysterious frightening and unpredictable world of the
    From the backwoods of a rural Louisiana parish to the French Quarter of New Orleans, these two short novels detail separate journeys through the mysterious, frightening, and unpredictable world of the Occult.In the first short novel a man becomes embroiled in a seemingly whimsical but very interesting world of rural Louisiana Witches and whammies while in the other a man pFrom the backwoods of a rural Louisiana parish to the French Quarter of New Orleans, these two short novels detail separate journeys through the mysterious, frightening, and unpredictable world of the Occult.In the first short novel a man becomes embroiled in a seemingly whimsical but very interesting world of rural Louisiana Witches and whammies while in the other a man pursues an elusive interview with a legend the retired and elusive Queen of cult B horror movies living reclusively in the Garden District of uptown New Orleans.The two novel journeys diverge when life becomes a nightmare for one and the fulfillment of a surreal dream for the other.

    One Reply to “Swamp Witch Piquante and Scream Queen Bisque”

    1. This is a re-edited new release of M.F. Korn's best quiet horror. The first novella, "White Trash Witches Coven" is most remarkable for its humor. Woven in and around the story of Keith Ogden's journey into a coven, the lives of Gretchen and Quince, two young sorceresses in training, veer from having their mother place a whammy on a schoolyard bully to ferreting out a werewolf and seeking contact with Martians. This light comic relief is the perfect foil for the insidious, creeping horror of the [...]

    2. I received a copy of this book for free through First Reads.The first story in this book is brilliant - entertaining, amusing, well written. Unfortunately, it's also far too short.For me, as a reader, I would have liked the story to be bulked up.Despite being the main character, Keith was dull, boring and I couldn't care less what happened to him However, I'm hoping that M. F. Korn is planning a whole series based on the lives of the old woman, Sally, Quince, Gretchen and the cats - particularl [...]

    3. The brief descriptions of Miss Eileen's secret altar and unauthorized ritual are especially vivid and convincing.Recommended for devotees of the horror genre and readers drawn to eccentric local color.Help ot

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