Stories for a Cruel World: 16 Horrific Tales by Bruce Memblatt

Stories for a Cruel World: 16 Horrific Tales by Bruce Memblatt

by Bruce Memblatt


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A collection of 16 short stories from horror writer Bruce Memblatt.

"Bruce Memblatt delivers sixteen stories of highly original, edge-of-your-seat horror in this exciting collection. The twists in Memblatt's writing are always creepy and unnerving, but never predictable. Read this book! - Jeani Rector, Editor of The Horror Zine

Titles include :

Zombie Reader - a tale about a man who has read way too many zombie books, and The Dealer's Grin - a story about prison life in the not to distant future where punishment is drawn from the deal of a card.

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ISBN-13: 9781544284811
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2017
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

The Police Station" by Bruce Memblatt (Twice The Terror: The Horror Zine) is absorbing in its structure and sense of anticipation. What starts out like a police procedural, as two detectives interrogate a murder suspect, unexpectedly takes a creative twist into the supernatural."- FANGORIA September 26, 2010.

Bruce Memblatt is a native New Yorker, and a member of the Horror Writers Association.

His story "A Dream for Sugar was a finalist in the TNT Horror Contest(12/16)

His story "Destination Unknown," received an honorable mention in the L Ron Hubbard 2012 Writers of the Future Awards.

Bruce Memblatt is a native New Yorker and has studied Business Administration at Pace University. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association. His works have been featured many times in anthology books, magazines, and zines such as Aphelion, Bewildering Stories, Nameless Magazine (Cycatrix Press), The Literary Hatchett, Suspense Magazine, Post Mortem Press, Dark Moon Books, Sam's Dot Publishing, The Horror Zine, Midwest Literary Magazine, Danse Macabre, Parsec Ink, The Cynic Online, The Feathertale Review, Yellow Mama and many more.

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