I've only read two of Braunbeck's books so far, and a couple of his short stories that were included in Fear in a Handful of Dust, but I will certainly read more of his work. If you read my brief blurb about his book, In Silent Graves (originally titled The Indifference of Heaven), you'll remember that it wasn't a book I loved, because of the horror content, but it was one I respected for expanding my ideas about what horror fiction could be. Having read more about the background of that novel, and a related short story that he wrote before the novel, increased my appreciation for his work, for what he tries to achieve with it, and especially for In Silent Graves.
Fear in a Handful of Dust was worldview-changing for me, and that's not something I say about many books. I recommend it, but be prepared for some seriously upsetting material.