Violent Ends: Horror Stories

Violent Ends: Horror Stories

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by Aaron Polson
     
 

A collection of eleven dark stories with visceral bite. Some are brutal. Others shocking. They range from the short and horrific "Dinner" to the novelette "Ranching the Sleore".

Violent Ends includes:

"Night Lights" - A sick old man receives a special Christmas gift.

"The Distillery" - If Tommy can get his newborn to the exit, she just might live.

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Overview

A collection of eleven dark stories with visceral bite. Some are brutal. Others shocking. They range from the short and horrific "Dinner" to the novelette "Ranching the Sleore".

Violent Ends includes:

"Night Lights" - A sick old man receives a special Christmas gift.

"The Distillery" - If Tommy can get his newborn to the exit, she just might live.

"Man Bites Man" - Some reporters will do anything for a story.

"The Things Randy Hasn't Told Jeanette" - Love is a bitch.

"The Hustle" - Blondes do have more fun.

"Dinner" - A rushed delivery finds the wrong house.

"A Most Unfortunate Gaffe" - International relations were never so tasteless.

"Policy Woes" - In the future, you might not want to cancel that insurance policy.

"Bleeding the Trees" - Maple syrup isn't the only sticky substance which flows in this grove.

"Milo Kibbey's Mail Order Bride" - She used to look like a porn star;then she came back to life.

"Ranching the Sleore" - Harold learns the true meaning of fatherhood.

About the author: Aaron's stories have been reprinted in The Best of Every Day Fiction 2009 and 2010, listed as a recommended read by Tangent Online, received honorable mention in the storySouth Million Writers Award and Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year. He lives in Lawrence, Kansas with his wife and two children.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011261350
Publisher:
Aaron Polson
Publication date:
04/04/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,081,391
File size:
189 KB

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Meet the Author

Aaron Polson lives in Lawrence, Kansas with his wife, half dozen children, and the first half of the Benjamin/Franklin dog duo. Aaron's stories have been reprinted in The Best of Every Day Fiction 2009 and 2010, listed as a recommended read by Tangent Online, received honorable mention in the storySouth Million Writers Award and Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year. Aaron prefers ketchup with his beans and enjoys musical theater. You can visit him online at www.aaronpolson.net.

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