Dark Things V (A Horror Anthology)

Dark Things V (A Horror Anthology)

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by Jessy Marie Roberts
     
 

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Embrace your dark side with this eclectic collection of horror stories. Missing children, closet monsters, ghoul men and strange keys; alien abductions, body collectors and demonic possession. Frightening fits of rage and terror are soaked into every page. Drenched in the dark and dreary, this volume contains the following short stories: Hexting by Gregory L. Norris,…  See more details below

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Embrace your dark side with this eclectic collection of horror stories. Missing children, closet monsters, ghoul men and strange keys; alien abductions, body collectors and demonic possession. Frightening fits of rage and terror are soaked into every page. Drenched in the dark and dreary, this volume contains the following short stories: Hexting by Gregory L. Norris, The Monster of All Monsters by Kelly Hashway, Ghoul Man by Scott M. Sandridge, With the Turn of a Key by Eden Royce, Expecting by Marc Sorondo, Better Homemade by Daniel J.D. Stone, Eye for an Eye by O.J. Cade, The Nature Elementals by A.J. French, The Devil's Song by Ellie Garratt, Lord of Slum by Matt Kurtz, Food of the Gods by John Pennington, The Machine Fink by Mike Phillips, Daddy's Little Secret by Charles Day, The ReNOWn Balloon Trial by Douglas J. Ogurek, Guilt by Eva Glynn Stephens, Under the Skin by Rebecca Lloyd, Hungry for Winter by Christian Crews, 'Til the End of the Road by Tony Simmons & Darkened by Gary Buettner.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012076090
Publisher:
Pill Hill Press
Publication date:
02/03/2011
Series:
Dark Things , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
206
Sales rank:
872,073
File size:
197 KB

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Dark Things V (A Horror Anthology) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had some pretty good stories in it however it had quite a few zombie stories in it which i am not a big fan of but all the stories were well written. Its definately worth the little bit of money it costs to read it.
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