Seriously Flawed Still on the Track
A not-so-nice review of a recent book comes from Jon Downes, who reviews Killers on the Moor by Mike Freebury. Though he likes the book and agrees with many of its conclusions, Downes cites some "unforgivable mistakes" made by Freebury, which leads him to wonder: "what the bloody hell was he thinking when he was researching it?" On a brighter note, Nick Redfern reviews I Fort The Lore by fellow Englishman Paul Screeton and finds Screeton's takes on Cryptozoology, UFOs, rock music, urban myths, and the media a real treat. And Paul Dale Roberts reviews the Second Edition of The Werewolf Book: The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings by Brad Steiger, whom he calls "the 'Dylan Dog' of sleuthing into all aspects of the paranormal." Roberts states that the book is simply "incredible."