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Terrence RaffertyPiccirilli takes a little getting used to. He has, however, the authentic surrealist's gift of blind trust in his imagination, and that enables him to throw off striking metaphors like sparks from a speeding train. There's a manic insouciance in his prose, along with a persistent, unaccountable melancholy. Headstone City gives you the distinctive shiver good horror writing — all good writing — provides: the certainty that the writer's own ghosts are in it.
— The New York Times