William Jones is a writer and editor who has worked across genres, including mystery, horror, science fiction, dark fiction, historical and young adult, and non-fiction. He has edited several fiction anthologies. His writing also reaches into the role-playing industry, where he has published articles and gaming supplements for a variety of publishers. When not writing fiction, he teaches English at a university in Michigan.
This book is more adventure than horror tales. Also, we find good stories and bad ones. I liked "Snake oil" and "incident at Dagon Wells". Read morePublished 22 months ago by Persio Sandir Doliveira
This one has a number of stories I hadn't read before. I really liked "in Waters Black the Lost Ones Sleep" by Angeline Hawkes. The others were good.Published on January 16, 2013 by Pepper