Twenty thriller and horror stories by some of the country’s most imaginative authors. “What do you call three dead lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? A good start” . . .”a tanker sails on a voyage of death. Can war veteran Cheryl Wilkins and enigmatic Patrick Boudreaux uncover and stop a true believer?” . . .”There are many kinds of nightmares” . . . and many more
Stories include these by ITW authors:
The Sacred Cake by Randy Rohn
A wedding cake in the middle of the road. Who put it there? What does it mean? Why won’t anyone talk about it? What is its deadly secret? A suspenseful tale with an explosive finish.
The Last Days of the Zombies by Randy Rohn
No one believes zombies really exist. They’re urban legends. One day, in the not-too-distant future, the zombies come out of hiding and go nuts. A scary, suspenseful, satirical tale by Randy Rohn who was chosen by famed author Jefferey Deaver to appear in the Best American Mystery Stories 2009.
The Charcoal Man by David Fingerman
Haunted and tortured by his personal boogieman since childhood, Charlie finally develops a plan that might finally end the torment. But at what cost?
Gumbo File by L.A. Starks
A tanker sails on a voyage of death. Can war veteran Cheryl Wilkins and enigmatic Patrick Boudreaux uncover and stop a suicidal true believer?
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