★★★★★"A terrifying quick punch of horror."★★★★★ "Grabbed me on the first page and wouldn't let go." What's the "unspeakable horror" the desert billboards advertise? And why is it locked up in a glass coffin? From the twisted imagination of Douglas Clegg comes this short novel (200 pages) of first loves, first trips, and first horrors.
Some Mysteries Should Remain Buried. Five college students hit the road to travel cross-country, away from college pressures. Seeking fun and adventure, they pull over to a roadside gas station after they see signs along the desert highway that read Come See the Mystery!
"...A vivid story that will separate the timid from their sleep and the bold from their complacency whenever they next visit a sideshow or museum mummy display!"—Midwest Book Review.
"A terrifying quick punch of horror."—Alternate Reality Webzine Reviews.
"I couldn't put this book down. It grabbed me on the first page and wouldn't let go."—Horror World Reviews.
About the Author
His fiction has won the Bram Stoker Award, the International Horror Guild Award, and the Shocker Award.
Date of Birth:April 1, 1958
Place of Birth:Alexandria, Virginia