Written in the vein of the classic ghost ship tale, “Dead Men Tell No Tales” has the feel of “Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner” told in prose. This chilling, fast-paced story integrates the Seventeenth Century Plague, along with a hint of magic, lust, and superstitious mayhem.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story, which I was able to read comfortably in one sitting. Kosh’s use of language is both visual and rich, and the story was just creepy enough to keep me on the edge of my seat. I highly recommend!