Meet Detective Kate Buchanan in “Equinox“, the lead story. Kate’s on the hunt for the rapist known as “Popeye”. His victims remember only vague impressions of a shadowy figure that Kate soon starts to believe is more than human. Kate must search for the elusive Popeye while coming to terms with the dark secrets of her own past. A horror story, with adult subject-matter.
In “Family Tradition“, young Tom Henry learns a crucial skill from his father and grandfather. For generations, the Henry clan have initiated their children into the rite of the hunt. Now it’s Tom’s turn to prove himself by taking down the prey. A coming-or-age story with a bite.
“Anomalies” deals with a series of frightening changes that come to the town of Booster’s Roost. This is change without the hope, and the residents will never be the same. How’s that change working out for you, guys? Fantasy/horror with a dollop of humor.
In a post-Apocalyptic, dying world, Raun and his friends live on the edge of survival in a savage land. There is hope, however – prophecy of a wondrous being who can bring salvation. In order to save their world, 6 travelers with nothing to lose must go on a quest to find – and save – what may very well be a myth – “The Last Angel“. A traditional fantasy “quest” story.
Henry Hatcher is a “Garbage Man” – he works on a dozer in the landfill, covering up other people’s cast-off trash. Henry wants nothing more than to be a normal man, living a normal life. Unfortunately, Henry can’t do that – circumstances have made him the Hand of God. A different kind of ghost story.
In “Bygones“, you’ll meet Edwin Goss and Marshall Grant, life-long friends. Now Marsh lies dying, and Win must confront the phantoms of their past lives to come to terms with his own future. Maybe, once you think about it, the scariest story of them all.
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About the Author
I write horror and thriller fiction as well as non-fiction about gardens and landscapes. I'm a fair singer/songwriter, and a family man. I love to travel and hike with my wife Martha, play a little tennis when my bum knees let me, make and sip a great margarita, play on the water with boats, and go on adventures with my two boys. I also love Jekyll Island, Georgia, our home-away-from-home, and have another website devoted just to our adventures on this wonderful island (www.jekyll-island-family-adventures.com). Hope you enjoy my writing, and keep a weather eye out for "Seed", my upcoming novel. You can preview it at DragonLyre Publishing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I've only read the first story, so far, but it was great. I hated to have it end. I hope the rest are as good.