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A woman went missing a week before her wedding. A man recalling his nightmarish encounter with the devil. Letters sent from beyond the grave. A call from loved ones who since have passed. Limbs that have a mind of their own!

The BookViral Review: Genre – Short Horror Fiction

A powerful and captivating Horror Anthology, Who’s There is a book to be read in front of the fire with a finger hovering over the light switch! They are not stories for the faint-hearted. Each will require your full concentration to fully absorb the prevailing essence of horror that lingers within as Dimas Rio tentatively peels back the veil that separates us from the darkest recesses of the human mind and the supernatural.

The genre thrives on authors who can tap into our deepest fears and Rio has it down to a fine art. His prose creating chilling and indelible images that are up there with the genres best. He clearly sets out to raise the hairs on the back of our necks and he keeps them that way until the very end of his five stories. With each one reminding us of the genre’s pleasures and enduring popularity.

As with all good short stories, any preamble is banished and their succinct length allows us to retain the entire story arc in our mind without relinquishing the detail with each main character being astutely conceptualized. 

A superb release and one that should build an enthusiastic following for Dimas Rio. Especially from fans of the Horror Fiction genre, Who’s There is highly recommended!

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