Stalkers: A Collection of Thriller Stories

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Shadows follow you in the darkness of the night and the eerie sensation of being watched crawls up your spine. Your sanity pulls apart at the seams as the terrors stalk their victims, leaving you too frightened to turn off the light.

These twisted stories will leave you breathless, dreading the horrors lurking around the corner.

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Overview

Shadows follow you in the darkness of the night and the eerie sensation of being watched crawls up your spine. Your sanity pulls apart at the seams as the terrors stalk their victims, leaving you too frightened to turn off the light.

These twisted stories will leave you breathless, dreading the horrors lurking around the corner.

Seventeen authors. Seventeen tales of terror. Infinite nightmares.

STALKERS.

Watch your back.

Stories featured in this anthology:

- Every Thorn by Rene Folsom

- Dead Ringer by Jason Brant

- Autumn by Elizabeth Collins

- Don't Kiss the Dead Fred by A.E. Killingsworth

- Affliction by S.L. Dearing

- Lucid by Andrea Stanet

- Donations by Bart Hopkins

- Bernice by Chad Foutz

- Destination: Death by Eaton Thomas Palmer

- Powerless by Laurie Treacy

- Freezer Burn by Jon Messenger

- The Watcher by Lindy Spencer

- Immortal Luck by Magen McMinimy

- Izzy's Assassin by Nicole Clark

- Say My Name by Michael Loring

- Damaged People by Nicki Scalise

- Blog Stalker by Phil Taylor

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781494279059
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Pages: 500
  • Sales rank: 558,699
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.01 (d)

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  • Posted March 2, 2014

    Stalkers: A Collection of Thriller Stories 17 stories all with

    Stalkers: A Collection of Thriller Stories

    17 stories all with a completely different twist on stalkers, from ghostly encounters to strangers watching from afar. I thoroughly enjoyed reading every story, and loved the direction some of the authors had taken their stories, as it wasn’t the typical thing that came to mind when I think stalker. It would be impossible to name a favourite, but the collection definitely ended on a hilarious high. A collection that is well worth reading.

    I received an e-copy from the authors in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted March 2, 2014

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    *I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest revie

    *I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review*
    Stalkers is a compilation of short stories, all based on the topic of, you guessed it, stalkers. Some are rather loosely based on the topic (Freezer Burn and Bernice), while others stick to the definition like glue (Affliction). All of them will leave you wondering if turning out the lights was such a good idea after all. Some have some interesting plot twists, such as Dead Ringer and Donations. My favorites were those that are within the paranormal genre, such as Don’t Kiss the Dead Fred and Izzy’s Assassin. Others, such as Immortal Luck, are the prequels to an entire series and give some important background story. If a touch of thrill, and a bit of scare, is what makes you happy in your reading corner, then this bunch of short stories should be in your TBR pile.

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