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on 11 February 2014
Concise, crafty, and utterly devilish, J.F. Penn’s three short stories inspired by Dante’s Inferno, Sins of the Flesh, Sins of Treachery, and Sins of Violence, are replete with horror, thriller, and occult elements. Each story twists the bounds of reality, providing an eerie supernatural backdrop for the action to unfold. Rich with startling imagery, crisp prose, and an intriguing, symbolic thread that binds them together, these three stories showcase Penn’s penchant for the macabre, giving the reader some morbid morsels to chew on while leaving one hungry for more.

With vivid descriptions to make your skin crawl and your insides shudder with cathartic horror, A Thousand Fiendish Angels provides a brief taste of Penn’s twisted, scintillating style and serves as another gem to add to her growing collection of mind-bending thrillers.
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