by Justin Evans
George Davies; a responsible, loving husband and father, is perplexed by his inability to hold his infant son. With his wife growing impatient, George seeks psychological help and unwittingly uncovers a horrifying blackness hidden within his childhood memories. Unnerving and sometimes terribly sad, A Good and Happy Child marks an excellent debut for Justin Evans. If you prefer your horror subtle and sophisticated, pick up a copy of A Good and Happy Child. You won't be able to put it down.