Member Blogs > Gothica BooksCold in July, review: 'expert Southern Gothic' – Telegraph

  • Sat, 28 Jun 2014 10:10:16    Permalink

    Cold in July begins in the dark with something ticking. The scene is a modest living-room, and you notice a clock on a shelf, but the rhythm sounds mismatched with it: it limps along, ti-tick, ti-tick, like an old truck’s indicator, or the timer on a home-made bomb.

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