Chase Hanford owns and runs The Last Stop, a little bar with sawdust on the floor and pine paneling on the walls. It, like the jukebox next to the front door, didn't get much play, but it had its regulars. Until one night, when a stranger appears with a peculiar rosewood box. A box that possesses a strange symbol: a circle within a circle inside a crescent. The stranger calls it a spirit box. Something Native Americans once used to trap the souls of their enemies within. As the bar regulars become curious, the stranger opens the box. And unleashes a hell like no other. Chase Hanford awakes from the aftermath, soon realizing bits and pieces of his life are being taken away. Fallen to mental lapses and witnessing strange occurrences, he fights to save his life, his soul and his sanity...
|Publisher:||Misty Springs Productions|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
David B. Silva has written over 100 short stories and seven novels, primarily within the horror genre. His short fiction has appeared in The Year’s Best Horror, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, The Best American Mystery Stories, Cemetery Dance, and numerous other publications. In 1991, he won a Bram Stoker Award for his short story, "The Calling."