Five Strips of Flesh by Christopher Cox is a terrifying collection of very original horror stories, ranging from suicide by roller coaster to zombie hunters.
Suicyclone is frightening because it's the most likely to become real in the future.
The North Bay Bridge Club is also a story that could very likely take place, and, as I've often said, reality is often scarier than make-believe.
Dahmer Flu is a short story which has been expanded into a novel (something I plan on reading in the near future), featuring a family trapped inside their house during the onset of an undead outbreak.
The North Bay Bridge Club continues with an exceptional death theme.
The Judas Goat is a horrifying ending to this anthology.
I'm really impressed, and I can't wait to read more from Cox.