"Adlerberg's storytelling is reminiscent of Julio Cortazar conjuring up the befuddled photographer in "Blow Up" (1959) or Vladimir Nabokov's unhinged chocolate factory worker, who erroneously believes he's found his doppleganger, in Despair (1934). Both represent unreliable narration from a first-person psychotic point of view - doing their best to convince us they are 100% sane.
Oh, and that ending! A bookend of horrifying excellence that exists as a kind of homage of sorts to Alfred Hitchcock Presents."
David Cranmer reviewing Graveyard Love for Criminal Element. You can read the full review here.