Bedtime Shadows: An Anthology

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The Man With No Face-Jenny Twist All her life Deborah has been haunted by the memory of a couple locked in a deadly embrace. She thinks the woman may be the mother that abandoned her, but she cannot see the man's face. Who is he? All That Remains-Tara Fox Hall This thrilling sequel to The Origin of Fear (Spellbound 2011) takes us back to Latham's Landing. Will Tina and Sandra survive their encounter with the ghosts that inhabit the haunted isle? The Children of Hope-Jenny Twist It is 1963, and Ginny is unmarried ...
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The Man With No Face-Jenny Twist All her life Deborah has been haunted by the memory of a couple locked in a deadly embrace. She thinks the woman may be the mother that abandoned her, but she cannot see the man's face. Who is he? All That Remains-Tara Fox Hall This thrilling sequel to The Origin of Fear (Spellbound 2011) takes us back to Latham's Landing. Will Tina and Sandra survive their encounter with the ghosts that inhabit the haunted isle? The Children of Hope-Jenny Twist It is 1963, and Ginny is unmarried and pregnant. Her parents consign her to one of the infamous Mother and Baby Homes which are little more than prisons and workhouses. Will she be able to escape before they come to take her baby away? The Bull-Dancer-Jenny Twist The twelve chosen bull-dancers are sailing out of the harbour under a black sail, bound for Crete and the deadly Minotaur, while a mother looks on in anger. And more thrilling stories in this anthology!
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  • ISBN-13: 9781612354743
  • Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/28/2012
  • Pages: 186
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.43 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2013

    Daily living captured and stylistically rendered with a 'twist'

    Daily living captured and stylistically rendered with a 'twist' of macabre lurking behind each tale. BEDTIME SHADOWS delivers a punch -- watch out for the unexpected!

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  • Posted December 1, 2012

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    Reviewed by Ellen Hogan for Readers Favorite ┬┐Bedtime Shadows┬┐

    Reviewed by Ellen Hogan for Readers Favorite

    “Bedtime Shadows” is a collection of short stories. In 'The Man with No Face' Deborah has memory from when she was a small child. Her aunt told her it had to be a dream because it was impossible to remember that far back. After her grandmother died she remembered everything including the face. In 'All That Remains' Sandra and Tina go to a deserted island cared for by the historical society because Sandra's cousin disappeared from there. They are warned that time is different over there and are advised not to stay too late. On the first day they lose track of time and get back late and on the second day strange things happen when they visit again. In 'A Victorian's Doll House' Violet sees an antique doll house and decides that she has to have it. She borrows the money from her grandmother and tells her husband that it is a gift. When he sees that it is an antique thing he wants a friend of his to come and appraise it. Violet does not want it because the doll house is hers. The doll house is no ordinary doll house as Violet learns. In 'Return to Me' Sam came to the cottage with her parents every year. She could hear creaking but not see anything. Then one year she saw Harrison and he told her about his life. He asked her to come back to him every year and she did until she married. When she was diagnosed with cancer she went to see Harrison and he helped her live a while longer.

    Paranormal fans will find this book quite enjoyable. The stories centers on ghosts, were-cougars and unwed mothers. The characters are all quite unique. The stories are quite short but each manages to tell a complete story. Authors Tara Fox Hall and Jenny Twist bring out a wide range of emotions in each tale. “Bedtime Shadows” is an easy to read and enjoyable paranormal book.

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