The Witch of Gray's Point: A Creature Feature Horror Suspense

The Witch of Gray's Point: A Creature Feature Horror Suspense

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Overview

It hides in the shadows, waits in the desert, ready to pounce on any who enter its domain.

To Miriam Brooks, a solo study trip to an abandoned desert ranch house sounds like the perfect respite from the world, a way to unwind and center herself after a string of unbelievable encounters with terrifying monsters.

Yet the desert isn't devoid of life. Something lurks outside her window, changing its form to suit its mysterious needs. She's familiar with the stories, but legend becomes reality when she stands face-to-face with a soulless copy of herself.

Another day, another monster… but before she can act, Miriam is unexpectedly flanked by the father she's been trying to avoid, along with two cocky assistants who don't understand the threat they face. She's equipped to battle the shape-shifting terror hiding in the darkness, but being forced to finally confront her father might just kill her.

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the third book in the critically acclaimed "Lorestalker" series of horror stories featuring creatures of lore and dark imagination.

Books by J.P. Barnett:


  • "The Beast of Rose Valley" (Lorestalker - Book 1)
  • "The Kraken of Cape Madre" (Lorestalker - Book 2)
  • "The Witch of Gray's Point" (Lorestalker - Book 3)


More Great Horror Fiction from Evolved Publishing:



  • "The Possession" by A.K. Kuykendall
  • "The Sundered Oath" Series by Ciara Ballintyne
  • "Godsknife: Revolt" by Timothy C. Ward
  • "The Zombie West Trilogy" by Angela Scott


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622530847
Publisher: Evolved Publishing
Publication date: 11/08/2019
Series: Lorestalker , #3
Edition description: First Softcover ed.
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

AUTHOR: J.P. Barnett grew up in a tiny Texas town where the list of possible vocations failed to include published author. In second grade, he worked harder than any other student to deliver a story about a tiger cub who singlehandedly saved the U.S. Military, earning him a shiny gold star and a lifelong appreciation of telling a good story. Fast forwarding through decades of schooling and a career as a software engineer, J.P. Barnett stepped away from it all to get back to his first real passion. Years of sitting at a keyboard gifted him with some benefit, though, including blazing fast typing hands and a full tank of creativity. As a child, J.P. consumed any book he could get his hands on. The likes of Stephen King, Michael Crichton, and Dean Koontz paved the bookshelves of his childhood, providing a plethora of fantastical and terrifying tales that he read way too early in life. Though the effect these books had on his psyche could be called into question, these masters of storytelling managed to warp his mind in just the perfect way to spin a fun yarn or two. J.P. currently resides in San Antonio with his wife and hellion of a cat, both of whom look at him dubiously with some frequency.

EDITOR: A writer since age six and a professional one since nineteen, my initial editing experience came in the swarms of prose I pumped out into the world, only occasionally into the world of actual magazines, anthologies or e-zines. Soon, as I began selling more regularly, and as publishers took note of my longer works, I began freelance editing. I've edited screenplays, memoirs, novels, children's books and, would you believe it, epic narrative poetry. One of the novels I edited, "Under the Tamarind Tree," was shortlisted among nine others for the 2014 Dundee International Book Prize. A charter member of The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS), I am also the managing editor of the organization's official publication, Literary Landscapes, which features stories, excerpts, articles and poetry (see issues here). In addition, I belong to the editing collective Write For Success, for which I perform manuscript critiques and consultation. As an author, I have published nine novels and almost fifteen short stories.

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