Fans of fiction that blends crime and the supernatural (found in the works of such writers as Ed Gorman or Tom Piccirilli or venues such as Tales from the Crypt or ShockSuspense Stories) will find Sackett's story to be a delightful foray in that vein. While the ending did not work for me, the piece remains a fun horror yarn. This reader certainly looks forward to more of Kaufmann's fiction as well as future releases from Burning Effigy Press.
And of course you can pick up the chapbook directly from the Burning Effigy Press website. What are you waiting for, an engraved invitation? Sheesh! Also, didn't I ask you to take out the garbage like an hour ago?