Disturbed Graves: Tales of Terror and the Undead

Disturbed Graves: Tales of Terror and the Undead

by D. Allen Crowley
     
 

Disturbed Graves is a dark, terrifying collection of short stories from up and coming horror author, D. Allen Crowley. From gruesome stories of the undead, to bizarre and eerie chance encounters, this haunting and harrowing assemblage of short fiction will chill the most hardened horror fan. Including several of his previously published works, as well as several new…  See more details below

Overview

Disturbed Graves is a dark, terrifying collection of short stories from up and coming horror author, D. Allen Crowley. From gruesome stories of the undead, to bizarre and eerie chance encounters, this haunting and harrowing assemblage of short fiction will chill the most hardened horror fan. Including several of his previously published works, as well as several new and disturbing visions, this Kindle-only collection is best read on a dark, stormy night. Disturbed Graves contains 10 short stories with short author commentaries and is the perfect introduction to the disturbed mind and writing of D. Allen Crowley.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013330863
Publisher:
dale crowley
Publication date:
10/03/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
316 KB

Meet the Author

D. Allen Crowley is a horror author, poet, and expert in all things spooky. He lives in historic downtown Willoughby OH in a haunted century home with his family. He lives for horror in all of its incarnations. He loves zombies, vampires, werewolves, ghouls, goblins, and all things dark, creepy, and horrific. He grew up on a steady diet of Saturday afternoon Hammer Studios classics and Late Night Creature Features hosted by men in mad doctor costumes on creepy sets in the basement of the local network affiliate; and is sad that they don’t do that anymore. Mr. Crowley has two novels and an anthology of short horror fiction to his credit, and has also had short stories and poetry published in both print and online magazines. He writes a creative blog about horror films, literature, and whatever else strikes his fancy under the pseudonym of Doctor Zombie.
Please feel free to visit him at www.doctorzombie.blogspot.com.

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