"With his journalism background, Floyd does a good job of tracking down and finding stories. Fortunately, he doesn't let a journalist's skepticism keep him from sharing them."
--Larry McGehee, Southern Scene
"Prepare yourself for some delightful reading in the pages of E. Randall Floyd's ledger of Southern tales of mystery and intrigue."
--The News and Courier and The Evening Post, Charleston, S.C.
"..Excellent...not at all sensationalized, which makes them that much more shivery..."
--Baton Rouge Sunday Times
"Bite-sized, simply told chapters...a pleasant, entertaining read that happily raises more quenstions than it answers."
"...The kind of stories to wow your friends...will quick-start your imagination."
--The Chattanooga Time
"Again, this author brings to life the legends and stories of the Deep South. The Lost Maidens of the Okefenokee is a great read for anyone with a love for the mysterious. This book brings to life stories told around the campfires and hearth."
"True Evil is a remarkable book about truly evil people. Mr. Floyd can really tell a story and keep you interested until the end..."
"Randall Floyd is a superior storyteller. This is a ghost story well-worth the read..."
"Just wow! The Dark Side of History is chock full of fascinating beliefs throughoiut the centuries! Hard to put down!"
"I bought this book on summer vacation. Amazing! Great for summer reading and a great gift book. I am ordering one now for a family member recuperating from surgery."
"Again, the author brings to life the legends and stories of the South. A great read for anyone with a love for the mysterious. This book brings to life stories told around the hearths and campfires of the "Deep South." A must read for the curious mind.
The Lost Maidens of the Okefenokee took me back to summer evenings as a child. The ocean breeze cooling the wide veranda where we children gathered with parents and grandparents to hear them tell the ghostly tales of the "Old South." Randall Floyd's research and writing is masterful!"
----A Southern Belle