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Ronald Malfi

(Ronald Damien Malfi)
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Ronald Damien Malfi was born in Brooklyn, New York. Along with his family, he eventually relocated to Maryland where he spent most of his childhood growing up along the Chesapeake Bay. He professed an interest in the arts at an early age and is also known to be a competent artist and musician. In 1999, he graduated with a degree in English from Towson University. For a number of years, he fronted the Maryland-based alternative rock band Nellie Blide.

Most recognized for his haunting, literary style and memorable characters, Malfi's horror novels and thrillers have transcended genres to gain wider acceptance among readers of quality literature. He currently lives along the Chesapeake Bay.

Genres: Horror
New Books
October 2022

Non fiction
Ronald Malfi recommends
Behold the Void (2017)
Philip Fracassi
"Fracassi’s Behold the Void is the perfect read for horror fans who expect authors to raise the bar and redefine what horror fiction means."
100 Word Horrors (2018)
(100 Word Horrors, book 1)
Kevin J Kennedy
"A collection of terse, eerie, and delightful little creepers each like a swift uppercut to the solar plexus, proving that dynamite truly does come in small packages."
The Late Bloomer (2018)
Mark Falkin
"An apocalyptic coming-of-age tale the likes of which you’ve never seen, Mark Falkin’s The Late Bloomer channels the heart of Ray Bradbury, the sensibilities of Rod Serling, and the grim despair of Cormac McCarthy, all wrapped up in Falkin’s unshakable, inimitable style. Both beautiful and horrific, this is a young adult novel that even the most case-hardened fans of speculative fiction will find riveting and deeply moving. Highly recommended."
Malignant Summer (2021)
Tim Meyer
"A coming-of-age horror novel as good as any you'll ever read. The final 100 pages will leave you breathless."
Echo (2022)
Thomas Olde Heuvelt
"Evoking the sensibilities of Clive Barker's Sacrament while tinged with a Palahniuk-esque transgressive streak, this is, unquestionably, Thomas Olde Heuvelt's masterwork. Like a climber at the summit of a great mountain, this tale will chill you to the bone and leave you breathless."
The Damage Done (2022)
Michael Landweber
"A grim and socially resonant novel set against a Twilight Zone backdrop, The Damage Done shines a light on the darkest parts of humanity while simultaneously offering hope to readers and mankind alike. There's much to cherish here."

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