Detroit Macabre

Detroit Macabre

by Joseph Williams
     
 

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ADVANCE PRAISE FOR DETROIT MACABRE

"Joseph Williams rolls out a creepy and subversive collection of tales in DETROIT MACABRE. Offbeat and disturbingly delicious."
- Jonathan Maberry, Stoker Award-winner and NY Times Bestselling author of The King of Plagues, Patient Zero, and Dust and Decay.

"From Cobo Hall to the Cass Corridor, Joseph Williams knows Detroit

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ADVANCE PRAISE FOR DETROIT MACABRE

"Joseph Williams rolls out a creepy and subversive collection of tales in DETROIT MACABRE. Offbeat and disturbingly delicious."
- Jonathan Maberry, Stoker Award-winner and NY Times Bestselling author of The King of Plagues, Patient Zero, and Dust and Decay.

"From Cobo Hall to the Cass Corridor, Joseph Williams knows Detroit and the voices of the damned that haunt its alleyways. In prose that never flinches, DETROIT MACABRE maps the Motor City's darkest heart, and in the process, holds a fractured mirror to our own worst nightmares."
- Joe Schreiber, NY Times Bestselling author of Star Wars: Death Troopers, and No Doors, No Windows.

"(Joseph Williams) has an energy and comfort with language that mark him as a talented and committed writer."
- Bill Thompson, editor of Stephen King's The Shining, The Stand, and Carrie.

Detroit is the scariest city in America.

In this collection of thirteen original horror stories, Joseph Williams shows exactly why. With tales of deranged doctors, serial killers, zombies, vengeful witches, and ghost trains, Williams exposes the terrors of Detroit and the haunted wilderness of Michigan.

Read if you dare and with fair warning. If you start now, the nightmares may just be gone by next year.

Maybe

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615479606
Publisher:
Post Mortem Press
Publication date:
06/06/2011
Pages:
258
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author

Joseph Williams graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in English and is currently working on a Master's degree in Creative Writing. His work has appeared in The Road to Hell, The Wayne State University Literary Review, Bewildering Stories, A Fly in Amber Fiction, and The Western Online. He also works as a freelance journalist for Real Detroit Weekly, where he has interviewed artists ranging from American Book Award-winners to Grammy Award-winners. He lives with his wife in southeast Michigan.

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