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“Sprinkled with cultural nods and winks, Hetty emerges from the genres it references to become something distinct. Eddie Generous is handy with an unexpected metaphor and it marks a voice that speaks its own brand of weird.”

– Andrew Pyper, author of Oracle and The Demonologist

“Hetty is unsettling in the best sort of way. Eddie Generous creates a monster right out of every parent’s worst nightmares, the evil that’s been there all along, hidden in plain sight. Hetty scared the crap out of me. I couldn’t put it down.”

– Leslie Lutz, author of Fractured Tide

"The Walking Son by Eddie Generous evokes Stephen King's Thinner as a dead man's curse sends a desperate couple on a terrifying road trip deep into the heart of the haunted American South. Dark and unsettling...a page-turner all the way through to its bitter, if hopeful, end."

 Blu Gilliand, Cemetery Dance

"He’s equally adept at telling a fun-as-hell story about giant monsters or dinosaurs as he is telling tales that rip you heart out."

 Steve Patee, Horror DNA

"Radio Run is a chilling, impossible-to-put-down post-apocalyptic tale filled with characters you can't help but root for."

 J.H. Moncrieff, author of Monsters in Our Wake and Return to Dyatlov Pass

"The Walking Son is an enthralling, intriguing blend of mystery, suspense, a deadly curse and ghostly witchery. I defy you to put it down before you have devoured every last delicious morsel"

 Catherine Cavendish, author of In Darkness, Shadows Breathe


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Eddie Generous has fallen off three different roofs and been lit on fire on multiple occasions. He grew up on a farm and later slept with his shoes under his pillows in homeless shelters. He dropped out of high school to afford rent on a room at a crummy boarding house, but eventually graduated from a mediocre college. He is the author of several small press books, has 2.8 rescue cats (one needed a leg amputation), and lives on the Pacific Coast of Canada.