Beneath the Surface: 13 Shocking Tales of Terror

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By Timothy Deal, Scott Christian Carr, Derek M. Fox, Scott William Carter, Malon Edwards, Ian Whates, J.T. Glover, Philip Roberts, Richard Wright, Justin McMahon, Efraim Z. Graves, Marie Brennan, Angeline Hawkes, Jake Burrows.

Shroud Publishing has compiled 13+ of the eeriest and most terrifying works of short fiction into a classically-themed trade paperback titled "Beneath The Surface."

"Beneath The Surface" represents the first in a series ...

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By Timothy Deal, Scott Christian Carr, Derek M. Fox, Scott William Carter, Malon Edwards, Ian Whates, J.T. Glover, Philip Roberts, Richard Wright, Justin McMahon, Efraim Z. Graves, Marie Brennan, Angeline Hawkes, Jake Burrows.

Shroud Publishing has compiled 13+ of the eeriest and most terrifying works of short fiction into a classically-themed trade paperback titled "Beneath The Surface."

"Beneath The Surface" represents the first in a series of limited edition anthologies intended for discerning horror readers.

In this collection of stories, readers will be tantalized and thrilled by tales of supernatural beings, Gothic settings, shadowy creatures, and atmospheric haunts.

"Beneath The Surface" will serve as the perfect companion to cold nights by the fire or snowed-in days off from work.

"An anthology of old school tales containing stories which are, by turns, spooky, gripping, insightful, pulpish, and just downright fun. A first offering from Shroud Publishing that will hopefully be followed by plenty more in the same vein."

--Tom Piccirilli, author of THE COLD SPOT and THE MIDNIGHT ROAD

Table of Contents:

INTRODUCTION, Tim Deal 1. THORGUSON, Scott Christian Carr 2. RAW MATERIALS, Derek M. Fox 3. STONE CREEK STATION, Scott William Carter 4. THE DRAWER, Malon Edwards 5. HANGING ON HER EVERY WORD, Ian Whates 6. HER SWEET SOLACE, J.T. Glover 7. THE APARTMENT'S BEST FEATURE, Philip Roberts 8. SECRETS (NEVER TOLD), Richard Wright 9. THE MONEY TREE, Justin McMahon 10. MULĂ“, Efraim Z. Graves 11. KISS OF LIFE, Marie Brennan 12. THE RELIC: FATHER SANTIAGO'S BONES, Angela Hawkes 13. THE DEEP END, Jake Burrows BONUS TALE: WHERE THERE'S SMOKE..., John Bushore

Publication Date: Feb 05 2008 ISBN/EAN13: 0980187001 / 9780980187007

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780980187007
  • Publisher: Shroud Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/2008
  • Pages: 164
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Posted September 29, 2009

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    This book was terrifying and awesome! I loved Angeline Hawkes story the best!! If you get a chance read some of her other works. You'll be glad you did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2008

    Beneath the Surface: 13 Shocking Tales of Terror

    14 vastly diverse horror stories from modern masters of the genre. I loved each and every one of the tales. A great anthology for those that love the work of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Peter Straub.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2008

    Beneath the Surface: 13 Shocking Tales of Terror

    I have had the pleasure of reading this anthology cover- to-cover and I would have to say that it includes some of the most entertaining (and chilling) horror stories I have ever read. The book begins with a tale by Scott Christian Carr called 'Thorguson' about a sunken submarine with its dying captain slowly losing his grip on sanity. The tale had a discernible Lovecraftian feel about it that I enjoyed immensely. Some of my favorites include the bizarre Japanese-themed story 'The Drawer' and Burrow's 'The Deep End' about an eery deep south trailer park given to ancient rites and rituals. I would highly recommend this book to those that enjoy Stephen King stories or other modern horror masters such as McCammon, Keene, or Ketchum.

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    Posted December 14, 2009

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