Now that Ill at Ease 2 is out in the marketplace, the reviews have begun, with a couple of nice things being said about my contribution, Masks.
First cab off the rank is this review from Dark Musings
Masks is by Robert Mammone and is a story I enjoyed very much. It’s cleverly written and constructed, slowly revealing the story beginning with an almost surreal conversation in a funeral parlour and culminating in an atmospheric and gruesome climax in the subway system below Melbourne.
The second comes from Ross Warren (full disclosure: Ross edited the anthology Darker Minds, which has a story of mine included, and has another submission from me under consideration for a follow up collection).
Masks by Robert Mammone
A man’s search for his missing partner within the seedy nighttime world of a Melbourne train station is wonderfully executed tale that builds tension gradually and puts the reader right on the platform at the centre of events.
Some pleasing comments there – with hopefully more to come.
And don’t forget you can order your copies from here: