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The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes and Other Tales of Horror [Kindle Edition]

D Krauss , Damonza damonza@damonza.com>
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Book Description

Real vampires. Tasteful dismemberments. And delightful shivers, from ten old-fashioned horror stories:

a. The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes: unrequited love. Tragic. Just tragic.
b. Choice: second chances are rare. Especially when you work for a vampire.
c. The Flowers in Mr. Williams' Garden: neighborhood watch, ghost style.
d. Cistern: zombies are horrible, until they hire you.
e. The Elvish Woman: lovers who steal your soul. Literally.
f. The Trumpet Inside the Warehouse: no one can hear you scream.
g. King of the Bears: be victorious, or be dinner.
h. Angel Eyes: man's best friend, when you forget your cross and garlic.
i. The Absence of Land: sell the farm, pay the consequences.
j. Face to Face: Mother's day.

So, grab a crucifix, a shotgun, and come on in. But, leave a clearly marked trail. It's dark in here.


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  • File Size: 279 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: DOA Enterprises, Inc; 1 edition (October 5, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009MDRWKM
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eye - a standout November 2, 2012
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The title story of this collection The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eye is a standout. It is told with an assured professional style. Among the other stories 'Cistern' is a interesting take on what might happen when we've lived with Zombies long enough, 'The Flowers in Mr. Williams' Garden' is nicely creepy, and 'Angel Eyes' is a fun vampire tale. The author obviously loves horror and you'll find plenty of movie references along the way. One story in this collection I could not get into at all was 'The Trumpet Inside the Warehouse'. But anthologies tend to be hybrid beasts, and some parts of this particular beast are more tasty than others. The tasty bits though are choice.

All in all I would not attend a Halloween party in Mr. Krauss' neighbourhood, though it would be fun to hear reports of what went on there - from a safe distance.
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D. Krauss is a former USAF officer residing in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. He has been, at various times: a cottonpicker, a sodbuster, a librarian, a surgical orderly, the guy who paints the little white line down the middle of the road, a weatherman, a door-kickin' shove-gun-in-face lawman, a hunter of terrorists, and a school bus driver. He's been married for over 38 years, and has a wildman bass guitarist for a son.

http://www.dustyskull.com

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