Books by Ray Garton and Complete Book Reviews

Ray Garton, Author . Subterranean $40 (262p) ISBN 978-1-59606-014-2
In this tired sequel to Garton's memorable Live Girls (1987), about a seedy vampire-run 42nd Street peepshow, the protagonists of the earlier book, a brave reporter and a vampire couple, have left the now family-friendly street for the...
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Ray Garton, Author Dark Harvest $38 (326p) ISBN 978-0-913165-29-4
Take a group of teenagers, mix with sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, add blood, death and a storyline out of the Pied Piper by way of Dracula, and shakeviolently. Voila, Crucifax Autumn, the second book by the author of Live Girls, a vampire novel....
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Garton has a flair for taking veteran horror themes and twisting them—sometimes to evocative or entertaining effect, as in his classic novel Live Girls, about vampirish nude models in Manhattan. This time, though, the twist is simply twisted....
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Ray Garton, Author I D I Publications $50 (460p) ISBN 978-1-881475-41-5
Weird science runs amok and poses a provocative threat to personal freedoms in this slick if predictable thriller. Following the pattern of his Dark Channel and Shackled, Garton cheers on a ragtag cross-section of the American public as they pool...
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Ray Garton, Author . Cemetery Dance $40 (0p) ISBN 978-1-58767-022-0
Garton (Sex and Violence in Hollywood ) delivers his usual potent cocktail of extreme physical horror, if without the graphic sex and sly humor that redeemed 2003's The New Neighbor . The memory of a botched operation on his penis as a little...
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Ray Garton, Author . ARRAY(0x1b965e8) $40 (375p) ISBN 978-1-58767-133-3
In this ironically titled shocker from horror maestro Garton (Live Girls ), the dead, who are pretty ugly, make life a hell for the living. Jenna and David Kellar, after a series of personal tragedies, the worst of which is the inexplicable death of
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Ray Garton, Author . Cemetery Dance $35 (155p) ISBN 978-1-58767-143-2
In this surprisingly light, almost sentimental sequel to Garton's freak fest, The Folks (2001), Andy Sayer, who used to look like "the Phantom of the Opera without his mask," now looks pretty good after plastic surgery, though there'
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Ray Garton, Author Crimeline $5.99 (560p) ISBN 978-0-553-29891-8
Set in California's dark underworld of sexual deviants, pornographers and sadomasochists, Garton's (Dark Channel) latest thriller is an unremittingly grim smorgasbord of child abduction, incest and torture. Bentley Noble is an embittered tabloid...
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Ray Garton, Author Dark Harvest $19.95 (243p) ISBN 978-0-913165-45-4
This is the first fiction collection from Garton, who has previously published four horror novels. A writer of some rough power, he is not in total control of his material: his stories are often crude, their various elements poorly integrated. His...
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Ray Garton, Author . Cemetery Dance $35 (140p) ISBN 978-1-58767-144-9
This intense tale of real-life horror may remind some readers of Dostoyevski's Crime and Punishment . On a whim, hit man Steven Benedetti, who's driving to Los Angeles from Oregon, stops in a small Northern California town to take in a...
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Ray Garton, Author . Cemetery Dance $40 (300p) ISBN 978-1-58767-044-2
Schlockmeister Garton (Sex and Violence in Hollywood ), with tongue firmly in cheek, serves up an X-rated fable about a glamorous new neighbor, Lorelle Dupree, who generously provides the answers to everyone's erotic dreams in a Chicago suburb....
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Ray Garton, Author . Subterranean $40 (505p) ISBN 978-1-931081-44-3
Nasty, raucous, at times hilarious, Garton's (Live Girls) latest delivers what the title promises, in spades. But the core of the book is a sensational murder trial clearly inspired by the O.J. Simpson case. The cast features an abrasive female...
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Ray Garton, Author . Dorchester $7.99 (342p) ISBN 978-0-8439-5820-1
A serial rapist is on the loose in the sleepy California town of Big Rock, and sheriff Farrell Hurley’s secretary is the latest victim. When a self-proclaimed werewolf hunter named Daniel Fargo comes into town claiming that Big Rock has an...
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