While a number of these books and stories were published in 2013, some were not. But I still highly recommend them all for readers that haven't had a chance to add them to their lists.
Kevin Lucia's Things Slip Through is a collection of short stories that reads more like a novel due to the importance of the wrap-around story and the way the tales interconnect. There's a bit of the tone of The Twilight Zone and Amazing Stories in this enjoyable (and too short!) read. And, of course, many readers will recognize the connections to tales and creatures of H. P. Lovecraft throughout the book.
"Things Slip Through" is a collection of connected stories by Kevin Lucia, with an introduction by Thomas F. Monteleone. We take a look at the opening tale, “Clifton Heights, New York.”
Kevin Lucia's novella is a tense, methodical tale about a man who can't – who refuses – to remember the truth. It's a ghost story of sorts, and it leads the reader along on a ghastly non-linear journey to discover that truth.