Have you ever kept a secret from even yourself? On one rainless electric night, Frieda Noff will learn the truth about her past, her relationship with her sister, and her hometown's darkest secrets. It is All Hallows again, twenty years after she went down that fateful gauntlet of haunted houses as a Trick-Or-Treater. She's finally back, perhaps to stay this time. A young woman is confronted by the ghosts of her demons when she must return to Leery Lane, the dead-end where she lost an important piece in the puzzle of her past. She and her sibling haven't spoken in two decades, since that terrible Halloween when Frieda borrowed something that belonged to Francine without permission. She feels that she needs to remember what it was and find the object of contention, somewhere in a row of decrepit Victorians, to repair the rift between sisters. But some secrets are better left buried. A witty blend of Gothic Horror, Humor, Supernatural and Mystery, Leery Lane is a ghost story to curl up with and savor. Take a walk you won't be able to forget on the creepy side of town . . . Look for an Illustrated Print Edition with macabre artwork by the author!
|Publisher:||Fairy Fly Entertainment|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||474 KB|
About the Author
Lori R. Lopez has been a fan of Horror since she was born. She wailed on a jet all the way from California to Hawaii at six months of age, the world’s smallest Scream Queen. From there she went on to haunt the Public Library and local graveyards of Ripon, Wisconsin. The North Woods became her home away from home. Lori grew up very close to where Ed Gein was being confined and worried he would come to get her at night. There were additional dreads and terrors in her childhood, but she overcame them if not the side-effects, and went on to write works of Horror and Speculation often tinged with humor, Dark Fantasy and Suspense, Weird Fiction and Nonsense, Poetry and song lyrics. She uses her talent for art to create strange covers and illustrations. Lori also has her own way of writing, by her own rules. There are too many stories in her head to ever write them all, but she is trying her best to get down what she can. Lori cares about hats and animals and kids and monsters, as well as her two sons. She still haunts the occasional graveyard, still watches out for Ed Gein and other spirits, and still loves Horror. Ghost stories are among her favorites. She enjoyed visiting LEERY LANE and may eventually move there.