Legend Of The Ghost's Woods [NOOK Book]

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The Ghost’s Woods, a vast expanse of untamed forest and swampland straddling the borders of Poe and Bennick Counties. The woods were known for being the Evil Place long before the first explorers came from Europe. Deep in the forest strange voices sometimes whispered dark secrets to those who could hear them, and a creature nearly as old as mankind roamed among the trees, watching, and occasionally claiming a victim of its own choosing.

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Legend Of The Ghost's Woods

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Overview

The Ghost’s Woods, a vast expanse of untamed forest and swampland straddling the borders of Poe and Bennick Counties. The woods were known for being the Evil Place long before the first explorers came from Europe. Deep in the forest strange voices sometimes whispered dark secrets to those who could hear them, and a creature nearly as old as mankind roamed among the trees, watching, and occasionally claiming a victim of its own choosing.

With the tragedy that followed the founding of the small city of Ariana, Florida, the woods received their name. They had long been forgotten as being the Evil Place, but the passage of time only proved they were a haunted place, the home of something cunning and malevolent that was waiting to strike!

Here is the history of how the Ghost’s Woods became a legend. The short story prologue to Michael C. Laney’s forthcoming Shadows Of The Night Series!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013772700
  • Publisher: House Of Master Vyle
  • Publication date: 1/12/2012
  • Series: Shadows Of The Night , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 725 KB

Meet the Author

Michael C. Laney is from Auburndale, Florida, which serves as the basis for his fictional Ariana, Florida. He currently resides in Davenport, Florida, with his wife, Betsy, his son, Quentin, and their five cats, Callie, Socks, Meeko, Usagi and Buttercup. His oldest son, Alex, attends school out of state. Legend Of The Ghost’s Woods serves as the prologue for the first of his forthcoming Shadows Of The Night novels, Comes The Dark Storm.

Michael writes in several genres, including horror and erotica. He is the author of the novels Heather’s Journey: The Sound Of her MASTER’S VOICE and A Day In The Life Of Abagail King, as well as the horror story and poetry collections A Letter To Doctor Freudstein - Demoni - And Ten Poems and Frog Nog And Other Horrorday Tales. He hopes to release his first horror novel, The Creeper, by the end of the summer.

He talks about writing, gives reviews and occasionally rants and raves on his blog House Of Master Vyle.
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