by P. Gardner Goldsmith


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Now... A sociopathic murderer escapes from a prison transport vehicle in early 'Seventies Massachusetts, intent on finding a teenage girl in distant Vermont.

Then... Two schoolgirls run away to a 'Sixties hippie commune on a farm west of Boston. There, they believe they will discover the freedom and love they've been lacking.

None of them will find precisely what they seek.

"Fishing" is Gardner Goldsmith at his fist-clenching best, weaving brutal, honest psychological realism with transcendental surrealism to offer a Minotaur's Maze of a plot. It turns unexpectedly, at locomotive speed, and when you turn the final page... You will feel it for the rest of your life.

Read "Fishing" and see why noted authors such as Brian Keene, Thomas Monteleone, Christopher Golden, Mark Morris, Guy Adams, and F. Paul Wilson have sung his praises. See why his debut novella, "BITE", was selected by Gingernuts of Horror as one of the top releases of 2013, and see how "Fishing" weaves into Goldsmith's compelling, commanding mosaic of psychological cosmic terror.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946808042
Publisher: Shadowridge Press
Publication date: 02/28/2017
Pages: 132
Sales rank: 1,166,491
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.31(d)

About the Author

Gardner Goldsmith is a television and radio script writer, journalist and author whose work has appeared in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He is also the host of "Against the Grain", and creator of The Liberty Conspiracy. He lectures on political economics, and is now an Adjunct Scholar with the free market think tank, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, located in Washington, DC.

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Anonymous 3 months ago
Fishing is a riveting read - icy cold horror mixed with psychological realism, all wrapped up with a demented twist worthy of Richard Matheson. This is not for the faint of heart - those easily triggered by blood, violence, and assault should look elsewhere. But for readers looking for a fast-paced, chilling look into the heart of evil, this story is made to order!